Saturday, 1 November 2008

Ninety Years On. Remembering the First World War (16)

Extract from ‘Notes For A Parish History’ (ERO T/P 188/3) written by Revd. E. H. L Reeve of Stondon Massey (Essex).

1st November 1918

Turkey has capitulated.

Two Hungarians are at Stondon Hall, as lodgers, employed on the farm. They and other prisoners must be beginning to realize the position of the Central Powers.

Next entry: 4th November 1918

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