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32.49 Female, Widowed, Over 65 yrs, Suspected psychiatric illness, February 1946

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/31

Scope and Contents

"This is a most peculiar person. She had funny ideas during the war, was a fierce Nazi, thought this country was on the wrong side, denounced the Government. The police nearly too action but didn't. She is a widow. House passably clean, two rooms for two. Son very leftwing in his views. Nurse says this woman is travelled, intelligent and well read and takes a poor view of local intelligence. [Male informant] avoids going to her shop. PAO says this is a cantankerous old woman who pokes her nose in other people's affairs. Dr says this woman is just a bit eccentric."


  • Other: February 1946

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