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after a little consultation it was agreed that we should all move bag and baggage to the station which was now nearly half a mile away, the train having shunted off after apparently discharging everybody.
Arrived at the station we found a host of civilian people and troops of all allied nationalities waiting, some for a train to Boulogne some to Abbeville some to Paris and some to Dunkirk. They were all bound for the one direction. Women with one two three or four kiddies and all their possessions besides them had been

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