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From: Buz Trevor
Sent: Tuesday, February 04, 2014 9:43 PM

I enjoyed reading "Journey to School". I traveled from Lusaka to Johannesburg many times in the 1960's and share similar memories - particularly sardines and condensed milk. My brothers in the late 1940's used to travel by bus from Abercorn to Mbeya in Tanganyika - they too have amazing memories.
 
My dad, Bim< was vet in Mongu from 1958 to 1960.  He was responsible for the government horses. Mongu, of all the places I lived in NR, is a jewel in my memory.
 
Regards
Buz (Mark) Trevor

Thank you, Buz.

Now - how about some of your OWN stories?


From: Buz Trevor

Sent: 3 December 2013

I was born in Abercorn and grew up with the NR journal. My brother in Scotland has the family copies. It is wonderful to be able to access them online.

Thanks, Buz !

So far only the first 5 of 6 Volumes are available on-line,

Images only can be found at 

http://www.nrzam.org.uk/NRJ/V1N2/V1N2.html

For text, this is the place to look

but it's going to take a while to complete

 


From: Miles Mader

Sent: 26 November 2013

This will be an invaluable document. Thank you for your painstaking effort to compile the information.

Thanks, Miles.


From: David Whitehead
Sent: November 07, 2013 5:33 PM

Well done - keep up the good work.

Thank you, David


From: Diana Polisensky

Date: November 07, 2013 4:34 PM

Congrats on getting the NR Journal launched.  With your own wealth of stories, diaries and fabulous photo archive to begin with it will be off to a great start, and with contributions from others it should prove to be a treasure trove reflecting life in the Colony.  I look forward to following it.

Thank you, Diana


From: Ian Manning

Date: November 06, 2013 11:53 PM

Tremendous news that you have set this website up and are making the journal so accessible.

This is very good news indeed. I do hope the members of the NR Society will respond with 'new' material.

Thank you, Ian.


From: Jill Heatlie
Date: November 07, 2013 9:13 AM

This seems to be the most interesting Journal and will take me ages to read through all you have posted to date.  ... It is a brilliant idea and congratulations.

Thank you, Jill




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