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CONTENTS – Everyone’s War

  • Journal Cover 05Editorial
  • Karl Erich Born: An Historian’s War on the Eastern Front – Michael James
  • SS Defector: The Columbine Affair – Norman Gash
  • Western Front, Crete, Eastern Front, North Africa: The Memories of German Soldier: Werner Schatke
  • The Italian Campaign and Cassino as Experienced by a German Paratrooper:   Robert Frettlöhr
  • Photographs taken with a Royal Navy Commando Advanced Unit in Normandy and North West EuropePatrick Dalzel-Job
  • Yalta: Memories of a Wren – Angela Mack
  • Reflections on some Second World War Novels – Phillip Parotti
  • Godfrey Talbot: Cassino and Rome – David Talbot
  • The Requisition of Mules in Sicily in 1944 – Hugh Frost
  • The Move – Claire Harder
  • The Autumn Lecture Series – Hugh Cecil
  • From St Helier to Oshkosh via Hook: Journeys in Search of Memories – Peter Liddle
  • Volunteers at Work – Richard Thackrah & Patricia Andrews
  • Archival Accessions – Peter Liddle
  • The Mosquito Aircrew Association Archives: an Update – Bob Willis
  • Snippets
  • Book News and Reviews
  • Correspondence
  • Column and Commodities – Claire Harder

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Patrick Dalzel-Job - RN

Patrick Dalzel-Job

Patrick Dalzel-Job was born near London in 1913. He suffered ill health as a child.Patrick was commissioned into the Royal Navy on 8 December 1939, and requested a posting as far north as possible....

Robert Frettlöhr

Robert Frettlöhr was interviewed for the Second World War Experience Centre in 1999 and has been a Friend of the Centre since its inception. He was born in March 1924 in Duisburg. His father was the manager of the telephone section of Thyssen, a large steel company and when Robert was fourteen he began an apprenticeship there. Robert joined the Hitler Youth.