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Photos of the Month November 
Sandhurst Road School in Catford, South London 12.30pm Wednesday, 20 January 1943 A little girl aged around seven skipped merrily by herself. When she heard the roar of an engine overhead, she stopped and waved, assuming the swooping plane was an RAF bomber. The pilot waved back and she turned her sweet little face upwards in a smile. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1211133/Survivors-remember-day-Luftwaffe-massacred-38- pupils-London-school.html
Mary M Muise Canadian Women Army Corps 1920- 1943 Mary, known as ‘Mamie’ enlisted in the CWAC and was posted to Sydney, Nova Scotia. She died on November 30, 1943 when an army vehicle in which she was traveling overturned in water and she was drowned.  She was 23 at the time of her death. Her name is 83rd on the WWII list of the Yarmouth War Memorial.     Mary Muise is the only known female casualty while serving in the Second World War from the Yarmouth Town and County area