COUNTRY CLUB FOR US AIRMEN: REST AND RECUPERATION IN THE ENGLISH COUNTRYSIDE, STANBRIDGE EARLS, ROMSEY, HAMPSHIRE, 1943
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American airmen enjoy a pint of beer in the sunshine in the doorway of an old English pub, the 'Sir John Barleycorn', at Cadnam, following a picnic in the New Forest. The airmen are all staying at Stanbridge Earls, near Romsey. In the centre, in a white t-shirt, is Lieutenant Royal Firmin, Jr., the second in command at the home.