Discussion in 'Up to the Minute' started by wfgodot, Jan 17, 2015.
The story from BBC:
Britain's oldest person Ethel Lang dies aged 114
she would have been in her 40's during the war and this sounds pretty cool when compared to our generation who has to have the latest and the greatest technology to ''entertain ourselves''
from your link:
"Speaking to the BBC on her 108th birthday, Mrs Lang said it was the war years that stuck in her memory.
She said: "On a Sunday evening we used to have friends come over. We would black everything out and get around the piano and have a sing-song."
What gets me is that she was already a teenager during the Great War. Wow.
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