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22nd August 1945

Dear Mom and Dad,

Just a line or two to let you know that I received the birthday cards quite O.K. I had one from Granny C., Teresa, and a letter from Aunty Em, who sent me £1. 323 more words

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Hanging out with the Kiwis

I traveled to Auckland, New Zealand about 2 years ago with my dad on his work trip. Every inch of New Zealand was absolutely beautiful. The first day, we were struggling to stay up because of the major time difference. 852 more words


A Day in Devonport

Time for some exploring and fun! After figuring out our phones and bank accounts, and spending all of our time applying to jobs, getting oriented in the city, and moving into our apartment, it was time to treat ourselves. 384 more words

New Zealand

Tea and Devonport Peaks

The Victorian houses looked down on us from their lofty, tropical perches as we trudged up the hill towards our professor’s house. The sun, which had been hiding when we had gotten up that morning, was now peering between the voluminous clouds, warming our backs and necks. 702 more words


ADP Riot Tour heads to Devonport Guildhall

The Aftermath Dislocation Principle (ADP) will be on displayed at Devonport Guildhall later this month.

Created by acclaimed artist Jimmy Cauty the model village will open its doors to visitors across the… 144 more words


8th August 1945

Dear Mom and Dad,

Just a few lines to let you know the result of my trade test. I think I told you that they failed me as an electrician but recommended me for wireman. 372 more words

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27th July 1945

Dear Mom and Dad,

Just a few lines to let you know that I am quite O.K. I am sending some money off tomorrow or Monday in a Registered envelope. 441 more words

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