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They were never printed and never shown to his family. A few years ago, when his daughter died, his granddaughter and her husband opened the tin. What they found helped to explain why "WN" had hidden the photographs — but also why he had kept them.
The images include poignant and innocent scenes from Lieutenant Morgan's romance with a young French woman during and When he returned to Mountain Ash in South Wales after the war, the young officer's parents discouraged his plans to marry his French sweetheart.
He gave way to their wishes, but wrote to her for many years and remembered her until his death, aged 92, in The biscuit tin also contained amorous secrets of a quite different kind. A handful of photographs thrust aside the curtains that have traditionally screened one aspect of the horrendous war, which began a century ago tomorrow.
They are believed to be the only photographs ever to surface of British officers from the war inside a "blue lamp" — the refined category of brothel reserved by secret edict of the British army for the officer classes.
There is nothing especially raunchy about the photographs, which we publish here for the first time. They show young British officers drinking and smoking and playing a battered piano in a room with naughty for drawings pinned on the walls. Other images show young women wearing, or half-wearing, mildly provocative clothes. Dr Clare Makepeace, a British historian and expert on sexuality and prostitution in the War, describes the images as a "remarkable find, made all the more wonderful for being hidden away for so many years in something so everyday and mundane as a biscuit tin.