A WORLD WITHOUT MIRRORS

Her limbless alcoholic slurred-speech Russian grandfather spent his overdose of spare time playing Backgammon with the novice nurses who ran the makeshift field hospital during The Siege of Sevastopol. The orphan girl, Dasha who had traded a promising career sowing up holes in the woollen socks of sailors for vinegar and strips torn from her … More A WORLD WITHOUT MIRRORS

NEWS OF THE BRITISH VICTORY OVER THE GERMANS AT EL ALAMEIN REACHES THE FOREIGN OFFICE IN LONDON

  “I say Carruthers the PM has just sent me a note stating that Monty has triumphed over Rommel at El Alamein.” “Has he by God. Is that like Backgammon then?” “Do you know I think it may be? Ah, well sounds a jolly good result whatever. Shall we pop along to the club for … More NEWS OF THE BRITISH VICTORY OVER THE GERMANS AT EL ALAMEIN REACHES THE FOREIGN OFFICE IN LONDON