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The lost love letters of Dunkirk (www.dailymail.co.uk)

A bundle of 50 letters written by soldiers at the end of May 1940 was abandoned in the confusion of battle. In 1968 the letters were returned to the Suffolk Regiment Association, where they remained forgotten in an archive until researchers stumbled upon them earlier this year.

 

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