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Life at home in WW2 - Police

by CSV Action Desk/BBC Radio Lincolnshire

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CSV Action Desk/BBC Radio Lincolnshire
People in story: 
Elinors Dawson
Location of story: 
Lincolnshire
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Civilian
Article ID: 
A4509579
Contributed on: 
21 July 2005

One night my husband was stopped by the Police and there in the back of our car was a pig all cut up and the Policeman never said a word — he just let us go, so that was a bonus for us. My husband sat 3 nights with a man who was so upset he was going to kill himself, why? I don’t know but my husband was able to talk him round.

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