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Baking up traditions at Kensington Place

Each month, residents at Kensington Place take the time to enjoy the cultural tradition of baking challah bread.
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A Christmas card for her

Despite his overwhelming talent, “Are you joking? No,” was Silvano’s response when asked if he’d ever been to art school. So how did he develop his talent? The answer will surprise you.
Veteran Stories

The D-Day Survivor

During the D-Day invasions, The Queen’s Own Rifles suffered more casualties than any other battalion, but as Ivor always says, “Once in the Queen’s Own, Always in the Queen’s Own.”
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A Prisoner of War

As a prisoner of war in a Nazi concentration camp, when Vitaliano heard the Americans were coming he managed to escape. How did he survive? Read on and find out!
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One of the lucky ones

As WWII raged on in Russia, the blistering winter cold proved to be as formidable an enemy as the Nazis.
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A woman in the Royal British Air Force

100-year-old Winnifred Grant looks back on her time in the Royal British Air Force during WWII.
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After the surrender

After Italy’s surrender, Armando and his fellow soldiers found themselves at the mercy of Nazi Germany.
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An interesting life

“I have some strong views about war,” said George Carlyle, WWII veteran. From exploding artillery to stepping in as best man at a wedding, George has seen just about everything.
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The sweetest sound I ever heard

Thomas Keen spent over 10 months fighting continuously in north-west Europe during WWII. This is his story.

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