Some Childhood Memories of WW2
Letter & Christmas present received from a Teacher

Letter Letter
A letter and Christmas present received from a class teacher, Miss Robinson, who had fallen ill in 1943 when Michael was a mere eight years old.
Saving Book
Saving Book
National Savings was founded in 1861 as the Post Office Savings Bank, the world's first postal savings system. The aim of the bank was to allow workers "to provide for themselves against adversity and ill-health", and to provide the government with access to debt funding.
In 1969 the name was changed to National Savings and run by the Treasury.

In the Second World War there were three stamps available 6d, 2/6 and 5/-

6d Saving Stamp - Click to Return

Click on Stamp to return