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Sign up to the Best of Pan Macmillan newsletter to discover the best of our books, events and special offers. While the battles of World War Two blazed abroad and overhead, at home, on daily trodden ground, the war effort likewise exerted itself.
With their husbands away fighting, housewives were required to step out of the house and pick up where the men had left off. In addition to their domestic undertakings not least of those, and most time-consuming, queuing for food , women worked. They manned the factories, clipped bus tickets and sat at desks, carefully filling ledgers.
They earned their keep and likewise kept the family going—indeed the whole country, for without them Great Britain would have sunk. Calling out from doorways and windows, dressed to the nines in black market finery, some of them carrying poodles or jangling bunches of keys to draw the attention of punters. It was a raucous scene: among market sellers of exotic fruits, vegetables, meats and spices, the women plied their trade, their perfumes—Evening in Paris and Carnation—mingling with the smells of garlic, paprika, mace and fennel, and curry powders in jars.
The average Soho prostitute of that time was a streetwalker; she might be self-employed or work for a brothel or a pimp: it was not necessarily a choice.
And there were casuals, housewives and clippies and suchlike who needed an extra bit of income on the side. Some prostitute women kept flats, assisted by maids to man the door, change the linen, boil the kettle, keep a girl in condoms and, most important, offer moral support: a prostitute and her maid, as such, were a unit, cohorts, collaborators.