Village life in wartime Cobham

The BFI have a given access to an amateur film made in Cobham, Kent in 1944.

“You’d never know there was a war on in sleepy Cobham until you see the soldiers – otherwise life goes on at a slow pace in this beautifully bucolic corner of Kent…”

Click here to view –


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2 Responses to Village life in wartime Cobham

  1. John says:

    Well that put some flesh on the bones.

  2. Anita Ugarte Furse says:

    I recognise Peggy Walker who worked in the post office walking across the street. At the time we lived in the bake house behind the post office which was opposite what is now Ganders car park

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