Alice Maud Chase in Portsmouth - between 1899 and in the beginning of the 1900's
from The memoirs of Alice Maud Chase, pages 32; 35:
When I had been working [as an apprentice dress-maker] for three years and was approaching my nineteenth year, first the South African War broke out and the whole country broke out in a rash of patriotism and sang all kinds of jingoistic songs about the streets. It made a change and a bit of excitement. It also caused a lot of bitterness, because not everyone thought it was justified.
The years sped by and the South African War still languished on, and patriotism flagged and jingo songs ceased to excite us, and the old Queen fell ill.
Alice Maud Chase, The memoirs of Alice Maud Chase. In Brunel University Burnett Archive of Working Class Autobiographies, number 1:141, p. 32; 35. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1529420363504 accessed: 5 April, 2020
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|Date/Time||between 1899 and in the beginning of the 1900's|
|Listening Environment||outdoors, in public|