Three men wearing black sitting holding hats in their left hands, with the six man band seated behind them. The covered music stands have 'JF' on the front. On the wall a poster of a woman and a name 'Nat Fender'.
A group of 29 Canadian officers arranged in 4 rows, one seated cross legged on the ground, one seated, one standing and the fourth standing on a bench. They are wearing a mixture of uniform and flying clothing and nine have beards.
A small band of 13 men seated behind covered music stands. At the side is their conductor. The band has a mixture of string and wind instruments, piano and drums.The music stands has 'MM' in stylised form. Behind is a backdrop with two stars.
13 man band with guitars, drums, an accordion and harmonicas. One row is seated behind covered music stands with 'G' on the front. The bass drum has 'G' on the front. All dressed with large bow ties. Behind is a backdrop of a city.
Helmut Köhler (b. 1928) recalls his wartime experience as Luftwaffenhelfer. He provides a first-hand account of two attacks on Kassel, the first on the 22 October 1943 and the second in March 1944. He describes his time spent inside the air-raid…
Cinderella with a fairy godmother and two ugly sisters. The fairy godmother is holding a wand with a star. Cinderella is dressed in working clothes, the two ugly sisters wear long dresses. All played by men.
A witch stands in front of her home. The witch is wearing long black robes and a pointed hat. Behind there is a sign saying 'Mon Repos' over the door. At the side another sign says 'Private Abattoir'. On the wall there is a skull and crossbones.