In the late 1920s and early 1930s we were, statistically speaking, lower middle and working class families living in the southeast London district of Catford. By present-day standards we lived in poverty, although we certainly didn’t feel so. We and all our friends and families were in the same boat, and few of us had […]
Many Londoners who experienced Hitler’s bombs still recall with pride how they stood up to the worst the Luftwaffe could pour down upon them. That it was ever thus is demonstrated by the memories of the dwindling few who remember what it was like to live under the threat of Count Zeppelin’s cigar-shaped airships during […]
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