SOLDIER'S SON: PREGNANCY AND CHILDBIRTH IN WARTIME, BRISTOL, ENGLAND, 1942
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Sister Bracey writes out a certificate for Irene Stacey at the ante-natal clinic which entitles her, as an expectant mother, to an extra pint of milk a day and priority eggs. This was a Ministry of Food scheme to ensure the health of expectant mothers and their children, despite wartime shortages.