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Grandad's WWII Diary

Grandad’s WWII Diary – Japanese Gardens – Helwan – 29th June 1941

Now I have the photos taken by my Grandfather during World War 2, I will be starting to post them where possible with the correct entries. For some, I will be posting for entries transcribed some time ago and for others I will just do generic posts as most aren’t labelled with dates.

So for these pics of the Japanese Gardens in Helwan, if you want to read the diary entry for this day – click here.

Lyttelton boys by largest image - Japanese Gardens - Helwan - June 29 1941

J Ericson – R Radcliff – Stuart Sillars – Japanese Gardens – Helwan – June 29 1941

Japanese Gardens - Helwan - June 29 1941

Japanese Gardens – Helwan – June 29 1941

Lyttelton boys by largest image - Japanese Gardens - Helwan - June 29 1941

Lyttelton boys by largest image – Japanese Gardens – Helwan – June 29 1941

Images surrounding Lily Pond - Japanese Gardens - Helwan - June 29 1941

Images surrounding Lily Pond – Japanese Gardens – Helwan – June 29 1941

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