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Growing up in Poland & Germany in the 1930s. A first hand account of how the rise of Hitler and the German war machine looked to a child of the time.


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We found the sexy brother - that was quite easy.
A guy walks into the audition, he was… totally…
within minutes… we knew he was the right person…
and that was it!
Done!
Dusted!

Eleanor Greene, producer of Party Animals talking about casting Andrew! 

Watch the video clip here. (01:15)

Somehow…. I’m not surprised…. :)                                     (Thanks to Andrea)

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The History of London - a scoopit based on the oral history interviews on StoryVault

Via Scoop.it - Teddy Girls

Maureen was born in 1940 and lived through the Second World War. Here she talks about her days postwar of being a Teddy girl, and her working life in a factory.


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Via Scoop.it - Teddy Girls

These two ‘Teddy girls’ are dressed to impress. The teddy girl outfits were designed to attract maximum attention and defied the drab styles of the older generation.

Via 20thcenturylondon.org.uk
Via Scoop.it - Teddy Girls

"Even though they were less documented overall, Teddy Girls were arguably the real statement makers out of the two cultural groups. They shunned the conventional perception of women by adopting boyish hairstyles and imitating the Teddy Boys dress sense and characteristics"


Via ukjournalism.co.uk

Via Scoop.it - London History
A vivid accountof the bombing of London during the Blitz “I looked up to see 250 German bombers all in formation
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Via Scoop.it - The Best of StoryVault

In 1981, as a 7 yr old Emma moved to Australia “I thought we were going to live in a shack on a beach!


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Via Scoop.it - London History

90 years of life in Lewisham - remembering when S.E. London was a hive of industry and engineering.


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