BRITAIN QUEUES FOR FOOD: RATIONING AND FOOD SHORTAGES IN WARTIME, LONDON, ENGLAND, UK, 1945
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A general view of a busy shopping street, showing men, women and children queuing for fish, somewhere in London, probably around Kentish Town. They are queuing past a large pub building owned by Charrington's Ales: a wine and spirit merchant selling 'E L Short & Co. Famous Falcon Blend Scotch Whisky', in order to buy goods from Morton Fish fishmongers on Junction Road. Several buses can also be seen.