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Wartime Services: In Bedfordshire

by Civic Centre, Bedford

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Civic Centre, Bedford
People in story: 
John F. Matthews
Article ID: 
A2690570
Contributed on: 
02 June 2004

It was in may 1939 when i had an apprenticeship. To make sure i didnt loose all the work i had done and to carry on doing meant going into the royal engineers. Everything was good and fine and the cricket seanson was in full swing and i wasnt to bad with a bat and a ball.

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