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Three pages are devoted to German Propaganda leaflets and this sent me immediately to my Army Album to have...

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Remembering the “Sleepy little town of Whitehaven” during World War Twoicon for Story with photo

My name is John McCrickett and these are a few of the memories I have about my home town of Whitehaven, in...

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Dad told me that the Blackshirt Movement had started out under the guise of a social facility for young men...

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Our family were members of St. George's Church, Leeds, where the famous vicar The Rev... Mrs Deakin, a...

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Eventually losing control of the weight, they hurtled though the front door where they went “****...

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One night I reported back to the hospital Medical Superintendent for duty, having been called out by the...

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I have fond memories of a brief period the family—Mum, Dad and Grandma—spent in Wanstead, in...

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As Peter and I reached Gypsy corner, by the end of Frizzams Lane, we saw a very tall man on a very...

Eric Warr as Assistant Chief Censor, BBC, 1939-1945

Eric Warr was my father and I know almost nothing about his time as Assistant Chief Censor at the BBC...

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My grandfather Carl Percy Knothe, being born in South Africa and brought up with an English backround...

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