BOY SCOUTS PICK FRUIT FOR JAM: LIFE ON A FRUIT-PICKING CAMP NEAR CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND, UK, 1943
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At a fruit-picking camp somewhere near Cambridge, a group of Boy Scouts bring a large barrel of drinking water, which they have transported into camp on a cart from a neighbouring farm. Every day, one patrol remains in camp to act as orderlies and perform camp fatigues, whilst the rest of the group goes out picking. Behind them, the tents of the camp are clearly visible.