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Diary of Frederick Archer Ludlow, December 1941 to June 1942.
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December 1st 1941 - June 7th 1942
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Includes daily entries recording day-to-day life during the Occupation, including references to rationing, food substitutes, exchanging brandy rations for food and the black market. Also includes a list of Red Cross letters exchanged between 14 February 1941 and 26 May 1942, lists of books read in 1940, 1941 and 1942, and extracts from, and notes on, books read.
Boyton Lodge | Coast Road | Colomberie | Demi des Pas | Dene Cottage, St Brelade | Havre des Pas | Howard Davis Park | Le Bourg | Le Coin | Le Hocq | Longueville | Mount Bingham | Pontac | Richelieu Farm, Mont à l'Abbé | Roedean, Shirley Avenue | 4, Roseville Street | Rouge Bouillon | Roussel Street | Samarès | Sion Hall | Southview | St Luke's Church | Swiss Valley | West Park | 20, West Park Avenue | black markets | Brandy | cheese | Correspondence | diaries | Hotels | Letters | Literature | Occupation | Rationing | red cross messages | Second World War | Tobacco | War
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