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.
Here is an obvious propaganda children’s story book. Love the illustrations!
And here’s a pan of several other Children’s books read during the War Years.
Here are apothecary and household supplies that were necessary during the War Years:
And for the woman of the house:
Finally, from the Gift Shop, assuming you need a new helmet or cap: