The Wartime Memories of Philippa Nichols

The Wartime Memories of Philippa Nichols Philippa Nichols (née Westlake) was born in Bristol in 1927 and was 12 years old when War broke out. Her father worked for WO & HO Wills in the tobacco industry. This transcript records her memories before and during World War 2 together with other experiences. The transcript and … Continue reading The Wartime Memories of Philippa Nichols

The Wartime Memories of Sylvia and Ron Seddon

Wartime Memories of Sylvia and Ron Seddon Sylvia Seddon (née Cook) was born in Stretford in 1936 and remembers vividly the bombing of MetroVicks. Ron was born in nearby Trafford in 1935. This transcript records their memories before and during World War 2 together with other experiences. The transcript and the video are about 52 … Continue reading The Wartime Memories of Sylvia and Ron Seddon

The Wartime Memories of Liz Young

Liz Young interviewed in May 2018 by Jill Pearce for WarGen. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Q6hNgS2KTI My personal memories of the war are rather sketchy and random. I was born at Woldingham, Surrey in 1936. The village is between Croydon, Kenley and Biggin Hill aerodromes, targets for the German bombers and I remember the planes droning overhead and sometimes … Continue reading The Wartime Memories of Liz Young