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If you can throw further light on the photograph, please e-mail TACA.'My name is Daisy Caroline Blythe, née Parris, and I was born in Alexandria, Egypt, in 1937.
In 1949, a drab married-families' transit camp back in Hull.
My birth certificate and marriage certificate are both army forms.
We have been living in Altea, Spain, since my husband's retirement in 1993.'Chris Fussell's army-child experiences included being billeted in a barn in Northern Ireland and witnessing joyful VE and VJ celebrations in Aldershot.
(Every time I hear her now on the radio, I’m reminded of the back seat of the school bus.)I had dreams of "joining the army and learning a trade" (a recruiting slogan of the day), doing my eight years and then investing my gratuity in a nice little radio shop in the corner of Bicester's Market Square (and maybe settling down with Heather from the hairdressers', next to the butcher's shop where I worked part-time after school).
Anyway, I went to the Army Apprentices School, Arborfield, in 1954, where by chance I met some "army brats" I'd met before around the world. ’Chris Fussell was living in Malta when, as he recounts below, he found himself benefiting from some expert bandaging skills honed during World War II.
At eight years old, I just wanted to go to the beach!