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This is a collection of stories about growing up after the second world war.
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I was actually able to read that this was dedicated to an American who was killed flying a fighter during the Battle of Britain. That’s a nice dedication window indeed.
Best wishes, Pete.
I had hoped it would be legible. A very moving tribute
Even for my bad eyes. 🙂
Oh what beautiful lighting on that stained glass. 😀 😀
Thanks, Cee, it was
What a beautiful tribute – I hope his family saw it one day.
Thank you, Manja!
Beautiful window (and tribute). The blues are stunning.
They are, I agree!
I was glad for the explanation since I couldn’t read it. I at first had trouble understanding why the American flag was part of the window.
Oh, sorry, but I always reduce the size of my images, Elizabeth