When Doug Hilton wrote to us, he said that as a teenager he was a "lazy sort of boy, with a smart mouth, who was easily distracted from things that bored me".
One teacher set him on the path to leading Australia's medical research.
While Schffer was a "guest" aboard the 'Belgrano', the newspaper "El Dia" in Uruguay's capital of Montevideo ran a Page One story, claiming that U-977 had stopped first near Comodoro Rivadavia in southern Argentina.
by another mistress, their nanny and half a dozen leading Nazis had taken to the rubber dinghies in the Golfo San Jorge, gone ashore in Patagonia, and now they were all on their way to "the new Berchtesgaden in Antarctica".
While they were having their "cuppa," in walked Hitler, followed by [Dr. Excusing himself, Derek went to the cashier's desk and used the telephone to ring the Baroness's house. " he said, "The Fhrer's here--if you want to look at him, you'd better come quick."Unity rushed out, jumped into a taxi and arrived in a state of breathless excitement.
It was definitely a laugh a minute at Asthall Manor, Oxfordshire during the 1920s. Her grandmother, Lady Blanche Hozier, was the sister of Grandmother Redesdale. Life Matters tracked down some of your favourite teachers—you can hear their stories, and the stories of the students they inspired, below. To take part, post your favourite teacher nomination in the comments below. Now's your chance to celebrate a school teacher who made a positive difference in your life! What made them so great, and how did they influence you? Spread the word on social media through #My Favourite Teacher, or join the discussion in the comments on this page.Unity learned that, when in Munich, Hitler often had "lunch" at the Osteria Bavaria, an artists' cafe full of drawings and watercolours that Hitler, himself a watercolorist, loved. and often later, accompanied his constant companions, photographer Heinrich Hoffman, his secretary Martin Bormann, Reich press chief Otto Dietrich and the Nazi Gauleiter of Munich, Alfred Wagner.They always made straight for their regular table, in a corner of the room shielded by a low partition. After spending five minutes looking at the menu, he ordered the same thing every day--a dish of meatless ravioli, with either mineral water or herbal tea on the side.
Unity occasionally visited Chartwell, the Churchill estate, but not as often as her older siblings, Diana and Tom, who were the regular playmates of Winston's kids, Diana and Randolph Churchill--a fact which may or may not have something to do with what happened to Unity after 1939.