NEW ZEALAND REPATRIATES ARRIVE IN ENGLAND: EVERYDAY LIFE FOR REPATRIATED POWS IN MARGATE, KENT, ENGLAND, UK, APRIL 1945
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Local residents are keen to offer hospitality to the repatriated New Zealand Prisoners of War, newly-arrived in Margate. Here, M Tukuru (second from right), C R Hodgkinson (second from left) and E P Wootton (left) are entertained by Mrs E J Grout (right) and Mr and Mrs Gahan (centre) at their home in Cliftonville, Kent. Mrs Gahan is pouring the tea.