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The CSV Action Desk at BBC Wiltshire
People in story: 
Margaret Nicholls nee Appleyard
Location of story: 
Halifax
Background to story: 
Civilian
Article ID: 
A4555992
Contributed on: 
26 July 2005

My very earliest memory was of the street party to celebrate the victory. I was very small and since everything was still scarce my aunt, Amy Tarn, had made me a dress with strips of satin in red white and blue.

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