Embroidery in World War 2

Lynn Openshaw asks for help with her textile student research. She writes:

I am a textile student researching the use of embroidery in WW2 – especially for occupational therapy purposes in hospitals, convalescence homes and POW camps. If any of your blog readers have any reminiscences or piccies which would help my research, please let me know!

If anyone can help Lynn, please email her.

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One Response to Embroidery in World War 2

  1. Anne Yentsch May 30, 2009 at 1:32 pm #

    I have an detailed embroidered map of Tinian Island where the Enola Gay was based that dates to the World War II era but I have no idea the context in which it was produced – would a picture of this be of any interest to you?