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Sarah Bussy is an oral historian and author of Winchester Voices (Tempus 2002).

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To Bella, Nelly & Jos : Letters from Their Grandmother About Long Ago & Other Places by Sarah Bussy
To Bella, Nelly & Jos : Letters from Their Grandmother About Long Ago & Other Places
Sarah Bussy
Originally written and published so that memories from a Grandmother wouldn’t be lost by her Grandchildren, this is a fascinating personal collection of memories from a Post War London to the mid 1990s. Anyone who lived through it, or has...
Format: Paperback - Released: 01/11/2010

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