BBC Somerset’s online archive featuring stories about the Second World War that we’ve collected from people across the county.
Ron Stone served for 4 years as a Commando in Burma. He told his story to Jack Killah.
Tony Winterburn was part of the Merchant Navy during the Second World War.
Joseph Abela was born in Malta towards the end of the conflict.
Freddie Greenop from Somerton talks to Matt Faulkner about his memories.
Jill has been sharing her father's War Story with Jack Murley.
Anne Duncan ended up having prisoners of war with her during the war.
Joan's War Story begins in Swindon when she was just 8 years old.
Pamela Hull tells her war story, beginning with the day war was declared.
Robin Doteswell lives in Wells but grew up in Poole in Dorset during the war.
92 year old Bert Williams lives in Chilcompton.
Joyce Hayball is 90 and lives in Winsham.
Diana Packham lives in Chard and has been sharing her War Story with Jack Murley
Ted Pitman has been sharing his War Story with BBC Somerset's Jack Murley.
Phil Easly tells BBC Somerset's Charlie Taylor about his memories of wartime Bristol.
The story of Kenneth Brown - a pilot who served with the RAF.
Bill and Brenda from Newport, near Langport, share their memories of WWII.
Listen here to Joseph Abela's War Story.
Sonia Williams talks to Ben McGrail about growing up around American soldiers.
86 year old Shirley Gregory was just a girl when the Second World War started.
Bill Reeks is a member of the Society of Friends of the Fleet Air Arm Museum at Yeovilton.
Yolanda has been talking about her father's experience as an Italian prisoner-of-war.
Frank Ott lives in Wells and was a navigator in the Pacific during the Second World War.
Ben McGrail tells the story of his Granddad's Second World War - featuring his poetry.
Audrey was just a girl in Rochdale when war was declared.
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