US TROOPS IN AN ENGLISH VILLAGE: EVERYDAY LIFE WITH THE AMERICANS IN BURTON BRADSTOCK, DORSET, ENGLAND, UK, 1944
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Sergeant Foster Whitsitt (of Route 4, Box 915, Vancouver, Washington) smiles at three local children to whom he has just given oranges, in the sunshine in the village of Burton Bradstock, Dorset. The children include Chris Kerley and Betty 'Freckles' Mackay (right). Betty was given the nickname 'Freckles' by the Americans, as was a 'camp favourite'.