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Fiction

Edith Hunter [Women's Auxiliary Air Force]

Can you tell me your name, and when and where you were born?

I was Edith Grey then, but I’m Edith Hunter now, 30th of March 1921… 7,965 more words

British Air Force

There Are None So Blind As Those Who Will Not Look At History

There Are None So Blind As Those Who Will Not Look At History

Kick back. Take a deep breath. It’s Q&A time. Welcome to the blog and Facebook page of Crooked Cat’s Cy Forrest answering questions from his studio in a rural village just south of Bath. 1,006 more words

Fiction

Roar of the Wind

Roar of the wind rattles the blinds
Thrusting through a nearly closed window
And I hear your voice remembering
When wind howled down the chimney… 99 more words

Poetry

April Object of the Month: Elva Blacker

Our Object of the Month for April is unique, in the fact it is not an object at all, but a woman! Our focus this month is Elva Blacker, the famous artist born locally in Surrey, in 1908. 1,157 more words

Object Of The Month

Book Highlight: The Beauty Shop by Suzy Henderson

England, 1942. After three years of WWII, Britain is showing the scars. But in this darkest of days, three lives intertwine, changing their destinies and those of many more. 309 more words

Book Spotlight

Jean Whitear WAAF 1945 War Diary

This was one of the very first diaries Debbie & I transcribed together after finishing Uncle Reginald’s WWI diaries and it concerns a Women’s Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF) Aircraftwoman (ACW) Jean Whitear serving with 149 Squadron in Norfolk. 15,532 more words

Diary