Not Jossa South London Family (Part 5)


Giving up a comfortable, and safe living in New York, John braved the U-Boats to cross the Atlantic back to England

100 years of the Royal Airforce


The Royal Air Force in World War Two undoubtedly saved Great Britain from Nazi invasion, and thereby ensured the triumph of Democracy over Totalitarianism for Europe and the rest of … Continue reading 100 years of the Royal Airforce

Terror from the Skys in the 20th Century


When tracing Family Stories for clients, very often we turn up examples of civilian suffering from the two world wars, and it is surprising how close so many families came … Continue reading Terror from the Skys in the 20th Century

A Canadian WW1 Knight of the Air, and his son an Arctic Circle Knight of the Road


You never know in life where chance meetings are going to take you.  How meeting someone on a lonely road near the Arctic Circle would give the clues for Time … Continue reading A Canadian WW1 Knight of the Air, and his son an Arctic Circle Knight of the Road

The Krays on The Hamble Peninsula


Eventually  the Doctors after scratching their heads and listening to his diverse description of his ailments, decided that despite his protests of illness, there was nothing actually wrong with him other than a likely case of malingering by an experienced old lag of a Private.