NAAFI CANTEENS CATER FOR US TROOPS: THE WORK OF THE NAVY, ARMY AND AIR FORCE INSTITUTES, ENGLAND, UK, 1943
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American soldiers Sergeant Joseph E Pavliscak (left, of 1743 Atchison Avenue, Whiting, Indiana) and Corporal Mike Petrizzo (right, of 468 Villa Avenue, Port Richmond, Staten Island, New York) receive a warm welcome from Patience (Pat) Parr at a NAAFI, somewhere in England. Pat (from Taunton in Somerset) leans out of the window as she shares a joke with the men in the autumn sunshine.