Tucked away behind the stairs to the former radio tower at Bletchley Park is a tiny museum with all sorts of artifacts, clothing, books, toys, and supplies that the average British family would have used or needed during the war. I thought you might like to see a small selection of what was there. In some cases, you might want to enlarge the photo to see the details. They’re fascinating.
And here’s a pan of several other Children’s books read during the War Years.
And for the woman of the house:
Finally, from the Gift Shop, assuming you need a new helmet or cap: