excerpt from 'Had I But Known' pp. 54 (67 words)

excerpt from 'Had I But Known' pp. 54 (67 words)

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Had I But Known

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[The author reflects generally about regular outings in London during her working life  in the 1950s] 

 

On Armistice Sunday, we always went to the Alexandra Palace to the Armistice service, and this was a real treat. The Palace was packed to capacity, and the great organ literally vibrated the air with everyone singing. It was a wonderful experience and one I looked forward to year after year. 

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