On The Home Front – In Town. From The Early Years Of Punch

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In the dark days of the Second World War the
British townsfolk found themselves stumbling about in the
black-out, learning to make do with ever-diminishing rations
of food and clothing, and putting up with daily bombing raids
and the discomforts of shelters. They got through largely
by keeping up their spirits and good humour and
Punch as always sees the funny side of things,
from coping with coupons to finding out what
is not ‘off on the restaurant menu. Hardcover. Published By Past Times 2000

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