CIVIL DEFENCE AND WELFARE SERVICES IN WARTIME BRITAIN: THE WORK OF THE REST CENTRE, 1942
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A bombed-out family make use of a rest centre. The mother seeks advice and assistance from the Welfare Adviser in the bottom right hand corner of the photograph, whilst the grandmother and the two children relax on the large sofa and drink the tea which is being poured for them by two members of rest centre staff.