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  • Barbara Lowe

    A Royal Air Force pilot getting a haircut during a break between missions, Britain, 1942 (Source) KEEP CALM AND GET ONE'S HAIR CUT

  • Libin Daniel

    Getting a haircut old school style, with a pipe, and an airplane at the background. Can I get a BOSS?

  • Caroline Artabaz

    An RAF pilot getting a haircut while reading a book between missions. 52 Colorized Historical Photos That Give Us A New Look At the Past

  • Tere Gorbea

    The wonderful CK/CK shared this photograph, taken near London in November of 1942. Breaking between missions flying machines less sophisticated than a contemporary car in a war of annihilation with a nearby and superior enemy, a pilot breaks for a haircut, reading, and a pipe. The insistence on the accouterments of culture, on leisure —the book and pipe, of course, but also the nearly formal attire of the barber and the pattern of the sheet wrapped around his shoulders— seems so British,

  • Gerda Rytina

    An RAF fighter pilot taking a break between flights. Find more here: … … #history #war

  • martin pronk

    The New Victorian Ruralist: I love the colors in this vintage photo...

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The Barber. In the old days the barber did more than cut hair. I remember going to the barber with my PawPaw and he did twice as much talking as he did cutting. Old men would just hang out and chit chat with each other. Haircuts back then were $3. Next time you need a haircut, skip the SuperCuts and find yourself a good old fashioned barber.

Handsome pilot - have a pic of my hubby just like this; same outfit; he was handsome too.

.Just like a cowboy petting his trusty horse, this RAF pilot thanks his trusty Spitfire after the Battle of Britain.

Because sitting in the front will always be better than sitting in coach.

The Silver Spitfire. Find its history here: