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Liberation - Emergency Transport

by Guernseymuseum

Contributed by 
Guernseymuseum
People in story: 
GORDON HOTTON, Wally Tostevin
Location of story: 
Guernsey
Background to story: 
Civilian
Article ID: 
A4043404
Contributed on: 
10 May 2005

So many people wanted to go to the Liberation that Wally Tostevin tied a box cart behind the tractor and trailer, but he would not go down the Ville au Roi, so we had to walk down the Ruettes Brayes.
GORDON HOTTON

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