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BBC - WW2 People's War - From Office Girl to NAAFI Manageress

BBC - WW2 People's War - From Office Girl to NAAFI Manageress

22nd September 1939: On the stage of Drury Lane theatre, actor manager Sir Seymour Hicks (1871 - 1949) addresses actors who are members of NAAFI, an organisation set up to provide entertainment for the troops during WW II. Chorus girls with accordions are giving a supporting tune. (Photo by Arthur Tanner/Fox Photos/Getty Images)

22nd September 1939: On the stage of Drury Lane theatre, actor manager Sir Seymour Hicks (1871 - 1949) addresses actors who are members of NAAFI, an organisation set up to provide entertainment for the troops during WW II. Chorus girls with accordions are giving a supporting tune. (Photo by Arthur Tanner/Fox Photos/Getty Images)

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Christmas begins early for the NAAFI chefs at a central depot in London, since they have to prepare festive fare for Britain's expanded wartime army.

Christmas begins early for the NAAFI chefs at a central depot in London, since they have to prepare festive fare for Britain's expanded wartime army.

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