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The radio broadcast by the strangely named Prisoner of War ‘81A
Gloergoer, Medan’ caused quite a stir among listeners all round the

Not because she was nervous about being interviewed
live for the BBC’s coverage of Britain’s Victory Parade on June 8, 1946.
Or that she’d said something daft, inappropriate or even clammed up
with a fit of nerves.

Hardly. She had plenty to say. It’s just
that her speech was a series of happy staccato barks and went something
like this: ‘Woof woof woof woof woof woof.’

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