excerpt from 'An octogenarian's personal life story' pp. 50 (84 words)

excerpt from 'An octogenarian's personal life story' pp. 50 (84 words)

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An octogenarian's personal life story

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So back I went to the Mediterranean, once more. There was a massive fleet in that part of the world, based on Malta at that time […]

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On that ship [HMS Warspite] also was a “Royal Marine Band” from the “School of Music” at Eastney, a Bandmaster, Band Corporal and about fifteen musicians. Their role consisted of providing music on festive occasions, dances and Officers Mess Dinners. Of course each of these musicians had a role also to play in the defence of the ship […]

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