Books: A vintage Police “public relations” book

David from Davidthedesigner has provided us with a great find – a vintage Police “public relations book.

It did also make us smile.

“…Here is a carefully planned reference book which will help to answer the many questions that lively children ask…”

Well the lively children by now have grown up but are still asking questions while the new generation of children has never started to ask any.

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