WEST INDIAN VOLUNTEERS JOIN RAF IN BRITAIN: TRAINING AND INSPECTION, ENGLAND, UK, JULY 1944
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Colonel Oliver Stanley, Secretary of State for the Colonies, chats to one of the new Royal Air Force recruits recently arrived from the West Indies, over lunch at an RAF station, somewhere in the north of England. According to the original caption, Colonel Stanley "is interested in learning the men's first impression of Air Force life" as they begin their training.