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  1. Thank you for creating this wonderful blog. “The war” has become a rather anonymous event, often used simply as a marker (shortly after WW2″ or “before the war…”. Your blog shows us a personal view of a terrible period not just for PoWs but also for those on the home front. It is almost beyond one’s imagination to have to live in fear of THE dreaded telegram.

  2. Good afternoon, I’ve just stumbled upon this wonderful blog whilst researching wireless operators’ training for a book I’m writing about my great Uncle, Jack Clyde DFM. He was a wireless op on Halifaxes with 10 Sqn. Thank you so much for sharing Wally’s story. I think it’s so important that we keep the Bomber Command Veterans’ stories alive. I can empathise with the the huge amount of research you’ve clearly put into the blog! With very best wishes, Jane Gulliford Lowes.

    • Thank you for this factual yet poignant record of Wally’s war. I stumbled upon it and thought of my Dad, who was a POW too. Bless em all 🙂

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