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- BBC Scotland
- People in story:
- Patricia Ferrier and William Ferrier
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- Contributed on:
- 16 December 2005
This story was submitted by Laura Ferrier Kilbowie Primary School Clydebank, on behalf of Patricia and William Ferrier. She was given permission by her Gran and Grandad. The author understands the terms and conditions.
I have asked my granny Pat and grandad Bill to tell me in there eyes what happedned i have made some qwuestions for them to answer and they have.
From the eyes of my Grandad Bill
1Q What were your immediate feelings when the sirens went off?
A the feeling was it a real Air Raid or just a false alarm.
2Q How old were you?
A I was 10 years old when the war started, 11-12 for the ffirst two years of the war and i was 12 when the Clydebank Bl;itz happened.
3Q Did you lose anyopne close?
A No i didn't lose anyone close but i was just a few miles from where i stayed high explosive bombs being thrown down, i lived in Maryhill a the time.
4Q Was your house hit?
A No because I lived in Maryhill byut there was some some shrapnel being thrown at us!
Q were you an Evacuee
5Q How do you feel abiout now?
A Well its an experience i will never forget.
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