The British Empire and its effect on Plymouth

Clemence Dane's Plymouth Hoe

A poem from the Second World War by Clemence Dane (the nom de plume of Winifred Ashton). It celebrates the open air dances that regularly took place on the Promenade atop Plymouth Hoe during the War.

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