CIVIL DEFENCE AND WELFARE SERVICES IN WARTIME BRITAIN: THE WORK OF THE REST CENTRE, 1942
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A bombed-out family enjoy a meal at a rest centre. Checked table cloths and flowers provide a welcoming and cheery atmosphere to those who have lost their homes through air raids. One of the two welfare workers visible in the photographs brings a cup of tea over to the table.