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    I found mock goose on the menu for a fee paying boarding school from 1991. My mother thinks that it is a wartime recipe although it could be older...
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    More like the end of pages from abandoned porno mags in parks etc. A common feature of towns in the 1990s that has all but vanished. There is a...
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    Kids no longer watching (broadcast) TV. They watch videos on YouTube now. Freeview? It's what my grandparents watch! The internet not just...
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    Arran replied to a thread The World at War in Television
    Some things that you have to take into account as a student of history: 1. Attitudes were more often than not different in the past. People saw...
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    An ebay search points in a direction that cake breakers were never made in Sheffield, or anywhere else in Britain. There is a sardine fork that is...
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    Arran replied to a thread The World at War in Television
    A factor that contributed to Germany losing the war was that Hitler had Parkinsons disease. My mother thinks that Hitler escaped to Argentina...
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    Arran replied to a thread The World at War in Television
    It's a bit more complex than this. My great grandparents were to a certain extent admirers of Hitler back in the 1930s. If you look at Encyclopedia...
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    Arran replied to a thread The World at War in Television
    I have not got round to watching the series yet but in 1973 Cabinet Papers and other government documents from the WW2 era were still locked away...
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    Cake breaker. Invented in the US some time in the 19th century for cutting cakes without crumbling them. Early examples are usually silver but the...
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    My mum told me that butane lighters were once popular Christmas presents but the buyer would often forget to buy a can of butane. Lighters are sold...
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    Table lighters seem to have disappeared. I have a few with wooden and onyx bases, fitted with Ronson wick lighter inserts. I think that the...
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