DIG FOR VICTORY: WORKING ON AN ALLOTMENT IN KENSINGTON GARDENS, LONDON, 1942
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A woman waters the vegetables on her allotment in Kensington Gardens as a Westminster Civil Defence Warden (possibly her husband), carries a bucket towards her. In the background, the Albert Memorial can be clearly seen.
Allotments in Kensington Gardens, London, all part of the 'Dig for Victory' sceme in 1942.