The village of Little Hope is, of course, a work of fiction and a tribute to the ordinary people of Britain who, when faced with seemingly insurmountable odds, endured whatever was thrown at them with grit, courage and determination and saw things through to victory. Real people, just like you and me, but people whose lives changed suddenly on the third of September 1939 and rarely - if ever - went back to being the way they had been before the war.
With this in mind, I thought I'd take the opportunity to share with you here some of the real stories of the people of these islands and the vivid moments in time which still remain of them. As time passes, memories fade and all too quickly tales are lost forever. I believe that the people of wartime Britain deserve to be remembered and so, with the greatest respect and admiration for the flat-capped and cross-over-pinny brigade along with the top hat and monocle contingent, Mrs Fox Goes To War brings you 'Wartime Memories'...
Lest We Forget.
Do you have a wartime memory you'd like to share?
If so, please feel free to e-mail Mrs Fox Goes To War at firstname.lastname@example.org