Lawrie Mullard

'Sadly, Lawrie Mullard passed away in early 2008. He is much missed by the Vetrans Group

By Gina Da Cunha

Photo:Lawrie Mullard wartime

Lawrie Mullard wartime

Photo from WRVS Heritage Plus Archive

Photo:Lawrie today 2007

Lawrie today 2007

Photo from WRVS Heritage Plus Archive

Photo:Lawrie in uniform

Lawrie in uniform

Photo from WRVS Heritage Plus Archive

Lawrie Mullard

Royal Artillery
Royal Electrical Mechanical Engineers (REME)


September 1941 to September 1946

What did the sessions mean to you?

"I enjoyed it, and I know there are many more people keen to be involved"

Audio transcripts
Transcript for 'London to Egypt':

First of all I was in Ack-Ack command for four years. But when the war in Europe finished we were spare bods, so they sent us out to Egypt when I was waiting to be demobbed. And I thought why send me to Egypt when I am just going to be de-mobbed? But I waited another year before I was demobbed.

On VE Day I was on the sands at Clacton and on VJ Day I was in Egypt. And in the end we were in a little barracks and they said keep away from the perimeter fence because you'll probably get bombed - and we did.

This page was added by Gina Da Cunha on 27/03/2008.

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