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Alma Kent prisoner of the Japanese in Burmaicon for Story with photo
Some air raid that was.
Leonard's Wartime Experiences.
The'109' Shot at my Dad
Incidents in the airforce
The use of the Home Guard in operations in britain
A lucky evacuee finds a good home with Mrs Williams
Operation Epsom
The story of an ambulance duty nurse in the Glasgow docks and doodlebug bombed London
Edward's War in the RAF and the Infantry
Life as an Evacuee
Miracle Man survives tragic fall from railway bridge during a blackout.
Taking Shelter
Victims of the war
1940, Comings and Goings
Hop Picking in The War
Bombed out in Isleworth
From Erith to Exeter - An Evacuee's Story
Evacuation in August 1939
Buzz bombs in Catford
The worst day of my life
missed me!
A child's memory of the approach to D-Day
Simple Memories
The Blocks at War
Spitfire Chase
Childhood Memories from Watford
Lamb for Dinner
Defending Cape Town
TOWN AND COUNTRY
Chased by a doodle bug
Early Germ Warfare
my life
Air Raids in Bexleyheath
From shrapnel to Syracuse
Not only cats have nine lives
A Flying Bomb Hits My Old School
Womens Timber Corps
PLANE ACCIDENT
Plane Accident in Brighton
Unknown Father
More shoe coupons for me
Spare Parts for Submarines
The Tunnel That Shook
Smack In The Eye
The story of another Evacuee
Fighting with the Wiltshire Regiment 4th Battilion
A Private in the 2nd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders 51st Highland Division
My Evacuation
The War Record
An Evauee's Journey from North Wales to London in 1944
John Court
The bombing of my local school
School Boy's Adventures
School Boy Adventures
Dogfight
Unexploded Bombs
Waterloo Station/ My encounter with a V1- (Doodle Bug)
A war child
My Childhood War-Time Experience: Hillingdon heath/Hayes End
An Air Raid in Hackney
The Pain of Separation
Collecting collars from the Chinese Laundry
Through the Flames
Overcoming Wartime Stresses
Lampposts and dustbins on Armistice Dayicon for Story with photo
burma coincidence
A Wireless Operator in Calcutta
Letter from Frank Steggals to Harold Steggals
Maths with Masks
Under the Pillow
In Charringtons Eagle Brewery in Mile End Road, E1.icon for Story with photo
The Piano in the Piazzaicon for Story with photo
A Pay Corps Volunteer from St Luciaicon for Recommended storyicon for Story with photo
Doodlebugs
The Bravest Lady in Studland
The bombing of Hounslow
Aylesford, Kent
My War Time Banana
Evacuation to Dorset from Croydon
my grans story - on the gun crews
Meeting With An Old Friend
Run Romans Run!
About the V2 Bomb in Battersea
A Table Saved My Life
War Time Memoriesicon for Story with photo
Baby Saved in Greenford
Anthony Knowles's War: From Evacuee to First Kiss!
Stapley and the American Transit Camp
'I'll stay with you'
Family Life in Goole, Yorkshire
SS Llangonllen
Merseyside Blitz
The War in Southampton
My Father - James Henry Friend: Memories of the Navy - Chapter 1icon for Story with photo
I was Sunk Twice, on the Same Day, Exactly Four Years Apart.
Our Lucky Day
Our Lucky Day
Black Outs in Amsterdam
Hero's Return
Evacuated to an Ammunition Site
The German Spy in the Ammunition Factory
James Callow-Normandy Landing
The telegram boy always brings bad news
Gas Masks in Blackheath
Escape from Sulmona, Working in the POW camps Germany
An ATS's memories of Overlord
Merchant navy standard
My Father - James Henry Friend: Memories of the Navy - Chapter 2
My Father - James Henry Friend: Memories of the Navy - Chapter 3icon for Story with photo
My Father - James Henry Friend: Memories of the Navy - Chapter 4icon for Story with photo
My Father - James Henry Friend: Memories of the Navy - Chapter 5icon for Story with photo
My Father - James Henry Friend: Memories of the Navy - Chapter 6icon for Story with photo
My Father - James Henry Friend: Memories of the Navy - Chapter 7icon for Story with photo
There's Always Bloody Somethingicon for Story with photo
New Zealand Relatives of English Families in England during the War
Evacuation by Sea and Living on the Farm
Photographs from a NAAFI girlicon for Recommended storyicon for Story with photo
Anne Shelton in Wartime
There's Always Bloody Somethingicon for Story with photo
David William Friend - My Wartime Experiences - Picture 1icon for Story with photo
David William Friend - My Wartime Experiences - Picture 2icon for Story with photo
David William Friend - My Wartime Experiences - Picture 3icon for Story with photo
My Father - James Henry Friend: Memories of the Navy - Chapter 8icon for Story with photo
The Day We Shot Down A German Fighter
A Daylight Raid
War Memories from Hollandicon for Recommended story
Where I heard the Declaration of War at the Age of 17 and Joined the Army Later.
Another Photograph from a NAAFI Girlicon for Recommended storyicon for Story with photo
London on FIre
Manna from Heaven
Corporal Lena of RAF Benson 423254icon for Recommended storyicon for Story with photo
More Than Lucky
Mary Agrafiotou in Thessaloniki
A Journey from D-Day to the Baltic

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