Leicester in WW2

Leicester in WW2

Seven Days' Leave in Leicester, England

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Seven Days' Leave in Leicester, England
A leaflet (written by P.W. Kidd) produced by the Leicester Evening Mail in WW2, principally for US servicemen. It began: An American Top Sergeant with seven days' leave and few ideas on how to spend it inspired this guide to Leicester as a leave centre. "I've got seven days' leave in the town to me. What can I do?" he asked. He was given a routine for a week of discovery in and around Leicester, and now he knows that Leicester isn't really an "ordinary kind of town."
Posted by Vincent Holyoak on May 28, 2015 Full Size| Slideshow

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