FRENCH NEWSPAPER IN BRITAIN: WARTIME NEWS AND PROPAGANDA, ENGLAND, 1942
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Charles Gombault (left, smoking), a General Secretary of the 'France' newspaper, holds a galley proof as he consults a stone-hand who is making the 'stone'. The 'stone' is the basis on which the pages of a newspaper are built up before printing. A female colleague looks on.