WINSTON Churchill, who had been Prime Minister for less than a month, called it a “miracle of deliverance”.
IN honour of the recent Mental Health Awareness Week we were taking a look back at the archive of the Dorset County Lunatic Asylum, which was once at Charlton Down near Dorchester.
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CAN anyone name these glamorous women from the annual Miss Weymouth competition?
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WE’VE had an overwhelming response after our request for memories of the bombing of Chapelhay in Weymouth during the Second World War.
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A FATHER and son had the experience of a lifetime when they took a flight in a Spitfire.
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A GROUP of living historians were in Bridport at the weekend marking the 71st anniversary of the American troops leaving for the beaches of Normandy on D-Day.
GIs honoured 71 years after leaving Bridport for D-Day
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RECENTLY we asked Looking Back readers to help supply an Australian woman with some information on her father’s final resting place.
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‘IT’S important people learn about it’ – An article about a visit to Auschwitz has inspired one reader to get in touch.
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THANKS to Looking Back reader Wendy Bere who has shared this photo of the Toller and Kingcombe Home Guard 1939 to 1944.
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