1939-1945 (World War II)

Page link: Hitler was supposed to invade today
Hitler was supposed to invade today
A diary of life in Lewes and Brighton during World War II
Page link: How little you know, my lad!
How little you know, my lad!
A Hove couple's post-war letters, 1945-1946
Page link: Free access to Bletchley Park
Free access to Bletchley Park
Correspondence of a radio enthusiast and spy, 1938-2001
Page link: No onions and the Great Dictator
No onions and the Great Dictator
Diary of a Brighton cinema-goer, 1941
Page link: The untimely death of a professional soldier
The untimely death of a professional soldier
Letter from Sidney Horrobin, 1939
Page link: To my lifelong friend
To my lifelong friend
Letter of a conscientious objector, 1945
Page link: A girl of excellent character
A girl of excellent character
Letter of reference for Eileen Odom, nee Pickett, 1942
Page link: A soldier missing, then found!
A soldier missing, then found!
Letter relating to Frederick Langridge, 1942
Page link: Prisoner of War post
Prisoner of War post
Letter to Albert Stanford, 1945
Page link: Thanks from J. Lyons
Thanks from J. Lyons
Letter to Millie Lander, 1944
Page link: A Hangleton wedding
A Hangleton wedding
Letters and photos of Edward Nicklen, 1941
Page link: A beautiful girl with a glass eye
A beautiful girl with a glass eye
Letters from Robert Gregory, 1942-1945
Page link: Max and the Desert Rats
Max and the Desert Rats
Love letters from a comedian, 1942-45
Page link: A Brighton girl grows up
A Brighton girl grows up
Memoir of Margaret Ann Rich, 1936-54
Page link: The last time I went to the beach
The last time I went to the beach
Memoir of Patricia Tongue (1936-1949)
Page link: Skating through the Home Guard
Skating through the Home Guard
Papers and photos of Reginald Moores, 1940s
Page link: Hove Fire Station
Hove Fire Station
Photos and papers from the 1940s
Page link: Damaged in enemy action
Damaged in enemy action
Schoolgirl's letter returned with a bullet hole, 1944