Some of the other non-military scraps are interesting too. A colourful group of street scenes such as this railway scrap …
Some of the scraps are quite large scenes, including this military grouping of Tussauds waxworks.
As with many scrapbooks, there is a strange reuse or later entry in the form of this World War 2 Royal Marines press cutting, talking about return from the recent fighting alongside Dutch troops in Holland.
Not knowing who the postcard album belonged to, I have no idea how this cutting is connected to the rest of the album.
Another curious addition included in this album when I bought it is this hand drawn silhouette titled ‘Welcome Home’.