excerpt from 'Letters of the Evans-Pughe family' (75 words)

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Letters of the Evans-Pughe family

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FROM: John Evans-Pughe, 14073964 L/Cpl Evans Pughe, S.I.C. c/o A.P.O, British forces in Greece, Salonika.

DATE: Friday 1 August 1947

…To-night there is the usual merry noise here = 4 dance bands, 1 piano, 1 wireless, one accordion + singers on the beach, a party of blokes singing in a boat out in the bay, and innumerable other choruses cropping up from time to time, also, me scraping the violin until a few minutes ago….

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