Byfleet Home, Surrey, London
Sunshine treatment. London children below par through too much time spent in air raid shelters, or their nerves upset by explosions are sent from hospitals to the Byfleet Home, Surrey, for convalescence. Here amid the pines they take full advantage of the sunshine and form quite a nudist colony. With a variety of games played in lots of sun they soon regain their joy of life. August 1944 P012110
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|Keywords||1940s,World War Two,WW2,WWII,Home Front,Children,Childhood,Doctors ,Nurses,Playing,Medical,Cute,Nudity,Seasonal Afflict Disease|
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