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HM Bateman evacuees cartoon

Lady Biggleswades evacuees object to game on alternate day as being monotonous. An upper class family are dismayed to discover complaints about the meals from their temporary guests during the Second World War. Date: 1939

Media ID 14405712

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Aristocratic Bateman Division Evacuated Evacuees Meal Meals Posh Stately Taste Tastes


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