SOLDIER'S SON: PREGNANCY AND CHILDBIRTH IN WARTIME, BRISTOL, ENGLAND, 1942
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Irene Stacey listens to the advice being given to her by Sister Bracey at the ante-natal clinic. Sister Bracey is explaining something about some baby clothes. A shelf behind them displays rows of bottles of cod liver oil and other supplements and medicines.
Pregnant war worker Irene Stacey listens to advice from a nursing sister at the ante-natal clinic in Bristol during 1942.