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BEF in 1940: Service with the Royal Engineers

by jastafford

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jastafford
People in story: 
John Alexander Stafford
Location of story: 
Sheffield to Northern France
Background to story: 
Army
Article ID: 
A2804988
Contributed on: 
03 July 2004

My father servrd with the Royal Engineers during the BEF invasion of 1940, and was rescued fro Dunkirk. Afterwards, he helped to train sappers to build Bailey bridges etc.
His diary is being added to the internet as a blog on jastafford.blogspot.com

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