Puzzle over love letters solved





Love letters between a prisoner of war who was held in Italy and Germany and his young wife in Norfolk have been found in a house in Suffolk.

The letters, written by Miriam King and her husband George, were found by Tony Roe who works at RAF Honington.

After the story was broadcast on BBC Look East, Mrs King, 94, was traced to Gorleston in Norfolk.

RAF Honington has now formally handed the 50 or so letters, which were found in an old chest of drawers, to Mrs King. They were written between 1942 and 1945.

It is not known how the letters came to be in the house.




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