Monthly Archives: June 1944

Fishing with grenades… and a powerful brew of vaccines

                      20/6/44 Dear Mother & Dad Received your welcome letter of the 13th today – am glad to hear that the colds are on the mend and you’re all happy.  … Continue reading

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Serious drinking indulged in by all, despite a brewery strike

                                      9/ 6/ 44 Dear Mother & Dad Your welcome letter of Sunday arrived yesterday along with one from Ivy and another … Continue reading

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Next deployment… whenever it is, it’ll be too soon (2 letters)

    1st June 44 Dear Youngster Got quite a healthy bunch of letters when we arrived back in camp last night after a three day stunt – four in all.  Yours, dad’s, & one each from Marie & Jack … Continue reading

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