Fri. May 14. 8.15 pm. [1943]
# PAG-RAG-DAY MEMORIES
# PENNY-FARTHING INCIDENT RECALLED
# VICTORY IN AFRICA REPORTED
# LINCOLNSHIRE STUFFED-CHINE
# LETTERS FROM RON IN NORTH AFRICA

The chapel that was converted to a house was almost certainly the Primitive Methodist chapel in Trusthorpe, the village where May had lived as a young child. The chapel was closed in 1933, following the Methodist Union in 1932, and the house was named ‘Cumberland’.

General von Arnim, Commander-in-Chief of Axis forces in North Africa, was captured on Cap Bon by British troops.

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