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people of ww2.

As we begin the four-year centenary celebrations of World War One we are given time to reflect upon the vast amounts of information both public and personal that is becoming increasingly available throughout the ongoing celebrations. Sadly however, the personal accounts we have today are all we can ever know about those who experienced the Great War and although vast in number and amazing in content, there would have been many more stories to tell.

Therefore, in this age of social media and where information is so easily sourced and distributed, it is imperative that we don’t let the countless stories of World War Two disappear without proper recognition. Some maybe more interesting than others and really it is all a matter of opinion. However, through this blog and the anecdotes I shall post, I hope to tell the stories of those who experienced the Second World War on a…

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