Angela Walker: Solving the mystery of my father’s smuggled wartime letter

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It’s heartbreaking to imagine the dread that wartime mothers must have felt when a telegram arrived. For my grandmother sitting in her villa in Auckland in August 1941, it heralded the prospect of an agonising and interminable wait, not knowing if
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