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'Bombs' as told to her daughter Fiona

by The CSV Action Desk at BBC Wiltshire

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The CSV Action Desk at BBC Wiltshire
People in story: 
Sonia Jean Miller nee Prior
Location of story: 
London
Background to story: 
Civilian
Article ID: 
A4537334
Contributed on: 
25 July 2005

I was born in 1943, so I don't remember much about the war. But I've been told that the first word I learned to say wasn't "Mum or "Dad" - but "Bomb" -
Sad really.

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