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From this page you can access a wealth of articles by Annabella Drummond.
The day the enemy came to stay – three German flying boats end up in Hythe under mysterious circumstances. George Elsey’s account of some mysterious goings on.
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Memories of Kathy Jones - Kathy Jones (nee Burnett) moved to West Common in Langley when she was three in 1925. These are her memories of Langley, Fawley, Rollestone, Holbury – with a bit of Hythe, Calshot and Marchwood thrown in.
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Maldwin Drummond’s wartime memories – Maldwin Drummond offers a school boy’s perspective on the war – from tangerines to spies, corpses to bats. This is Cadland as it is rarely seen
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Brian Tillman's memories of the war years - memories of Langley, Blackfield, Exbury and Badminston. Air raids by the Germans, fist fights among rival allies and overt racism in the US troops.
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Ron Mintram's; 'We were survivors' - memories of a wartime childhood in Holbury and Hardley. The Empire in the classroom, nights in air raid shelters, making rations go further and the effect of a direct bomb hit on a cesspit and a plum tree...
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Stephen Wright's memories of WW2 - Stanswood, Lepe, Calshot and even PLUTO feature in this account! Rationing, milk churn savings bank and poles in the middle of a field? All will be revealed!
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