London's 'real women' captured for photo exhibition


Dorothy Bohm escaped Nazi-occupied Europe during World War II, made Hampstead her home and has been taking photos for most of her life.

Now, the 88-year-old has an exhibition at the Museum of London which captures moments of women's lives in the capital.

BBC London's Wendy Hurrell meets Ms Bohm, Charlotte Samuels at the Museum of London and Dalston artist Lydia Bauman.

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