A day in the life of a woman in 1941
• A day in the life of a woman in 1941.
A selection of talks about how a typical day goes in a young woman in 1941.
The heroine of reportage - Mrs. Olive - every day gets up at seven in the morning. Next to the bed bag with documents and a flashlight in the bombing case.
The glass in the window is not - it knocked out by the blast.
Glass successfully replaces the flap linen.
On the stairs a bottle of milk, newspapers, as well as a few buckets of sand, to have something to put out the fire.
Another means of fire - an asbestos mat in the corridor.
The remaining glass windows plastered with paper crosswise, so that if they are broken, the fragments do not hurt anybody.
This is a trace of the bombing with incendiary bombs.
Mrs. Olive goes through the coals, putting the largest that can be used again.
The bed is in the basement in case of alarm.
Going to the store.
The card made the mark on the goods that Mrs. Olive received today.
The trip to work by public transport.
Mrs. Olive works in one of the many military organizations as secretary.
By the time Mrs. Olive husband put on the table ...
... and then it goes to knit warm clothes.
Beloved husband came home - with him nothing had happened that day.