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Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag

The words of an old war-time song offer hope even today

RAF recruits pick up their Kit Bags in April 1942 * Public Domain Image

This is photograph is from the collections of the British Imperial War Museum and shows new recruits picking up their kit bags during World War II.
It was taken in London, on 27 April 1942 by F W Crouch (Flying Officer), who was the Royal Air Force official photographer.




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