Three salesgirls from the Bourne and Hollingsworth department store in London, auxiliary members of the Women’s Land Army, pick beans for the war effort.
New recruits of the Woman’s Land Army training at the Northampton Institue of Agriculture near Moulton, 1942
Captured paratroopers of the 1st British Airborne Division in Arnhem, 1944
WWII British Sailor Uses Signal Lights on Deck of HMS BATTLER.
SFA-Flight At Dusk.
Using signal lights, a British officer skillfully brings in a Swordfish plane to the flight deck of the H.M.S. Battler escort carrier built in the U.S. and serving in the Royal Navy. A soda fountain and a cafeteria dining hall for 70 officers and 450 men are signs of the Battler’s american birth. She was built and christened at Pascagoula on the Gulf of Mexico, joined there by her British complement.
Credits Line ACME, 5/24/43.
Sir David Stirling, founder of the SAS with Duffle Coat in the Desert.
Generals Bubbles Barker And Monty.
Sailor In A Duffle Coat, 1942.
Lieutenant Basil Beal wearing foul weather gear taken in 1914 on the HMS B1 duffle coat leather gauntlets and heavy sea boots.