SCHOOL FOR EVACUEES: EVERYDAY LIFE AT MARCHANT'S HILL CAMP SCHOOL, HINDHEAD, SURREY, ENGLAND, UK, 1944
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June Beale pours tea for her friends in the dining hall at Marchant's Hill school, Hindhead. June is the table monitor of the group. According to the original caption, her father is a Chief Petty Officer in the Royal Navy. The children are about to tuck in to bread and jam and an apple.
June Beale pours tea for other evacuee children in the dining hall at Marchant's Hill school, Hindhead, Surrey, 1944.