10 Jul 1945, Barbara Anslow's diary

Submitted by Barbara Anslow on Fri, 06/01/2012 - 10:50

Reed gave himself up near Bungalow C and was beaten up again. Dick Cloake said people were being taken up hill from St Stephens (his billet) all night long.

Mabel weighs only 105 lbs.

C.A. Meeting, then to work.

To St Stephens in evening to repeat my talk on 'Films' – rather sceptically since it was originally written for younger people.

I was in the soup with Mrs. E. Longworth.  ((She was next door to us, among the 25 of us who shared the bathroom, and used to knock on the bathroom door when in the queue saying 'Will you be long?' - we secretly called her Mrs. Will-you-be-longworth.))

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