Portrait of a 1940’s re-enactment – The Wind-Up

 I love history, especially social history so I always enjoy that side of re-enactments ( though not the killing and weaponry bits! ) So I’m going to do a 1940’s series over the coming weeks, mixed in with other stuff.. I’ve discovered, since I’ve been doing this daily photo blog that I really enjoy documentary style work.

I would imagine the gramophone was a valuable item during the war years because music and dancing always lift the spirits don’t they?

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This is how it’s done

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The very famous “His master’s voice” logo

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You can see my other posts with a “Portrait of ” tag here, here and here

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If you’d like to you can read my other blog 1500 Saturdays here  

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