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War Gallery 5


World War 2 influenced the lives of us Baby Boomers in lots of ways and the blanket on this bed reminded me of one of them.  As kids we had old Army blankets like this on our beds at home.  They were heavy and not at all warm.  I was glad that I slept with my sister so we could cuddle together for warmth but we still fought over whose feet got to be on the hot water bottle.

That ends this series.  Haven't got anything new to post here so will be gone again for a while.

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  1. Me too, I can even smell its old musty smell. A beautifully taken series of War Memorial shots.

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  2. Funny what brings back memories. We had old hospital blankets.

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