Christian Lamb helped plan D-Day. Now, as she turns 100, she leaves a beloved garden
There is something about big, wide, busy rivers that makes one long to live beside them. During the Second World War, I had the luck to work down near East Tilbury, where Henry VIII built blockhouses on both banks. At Coalhouse Fort, one of these blockhouses, I worked as a 20-year-old Leading Wren – a member of the Women’s Royal Naval Service. I’d given up a place at Oxford in 1939 to become a Wren. ...
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