On this day: a Halloween joke in World War Two

A 'Vampire' sign outside an Army Blood Transfusion Service advanced blood bank in the Western Desert, 29 October 1942

Two days before Halloween in 1942, a humorous vampire sign stands outside the British Army blood transfusion centre in the Western Desert of North Africa (regions in Egypt and Libya). Second World War.

From the collection of the Imperial War Museum.

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