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Waiting for Liberation - the Sunday before

by Guernseymuseum

Contributed by 
Guernseymuseum
People in story: 
DAPHNE BRETON
Location of story: 
Guernsey
Background to story: 
Civilian
Article ID: 
A4043189
Contributed on: 
10 May 2005

We knew the liberation was coming. On the Sunday before, after the service the organist played all sorts of patriotic tunes, ‘Rule Britannia’, ‘There always be an England’ and so on.
DAPHNE BRETON

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