US TROOPS IN AN ENGLISH VILLAGE: EVERYDAY LIFE WITH THE AMERICANS IN BURTON BRADSTOCK, DORSET, ENGLAND, UK, 1944
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Four American soldiers sit in the sunshine on the pavement outside The Anchor Inn in Burton Bradstock and chat to local girl Betty 'Freckles' Mackay. According to the original caption, the nickname 'Freckles' was given to Betty by the GIs, who have "made her a camp favourite".