Morning after the invasion of Poland, the lead-off Woman's Page story in London's high-class big-circulation Daily Telegraph was headlined UNDERWEAR, ran as follows:
"Women who during the past few days have found themselves in uniform for the first time are inquiring as to the most suitable underclothing to wear with it.
"They realize that their choice must allow for unusual activity, which rules out much of the gossamer lingerie to which many of them have been accustomed.
"The most practical outfit . . . is first, vest and pantie...