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"Andy MacDonald" <a...@alum.mit.edu> wrote in messagenews:email@example.com...
> A few years ago I managed to find a copy of "Orwell's London" byNice site Andy. If you ever make any amendments you may want to note that
> John Thompson, a book from 1985 with pictures of sites in London
> where Orwell lived, worked and ate. Over 100 photos in all. In
> 1999 I visited London to see these places and take some new pictures
> of them and then visited his gravesite in Sutton Courtenay. After
> three years of procrastinating, I have finally put them together
> into a website, http://www.zardoz.net/orwell, which I think this
> group would find interesting. There are pictures of the offices of
> Victor Gollancz, Booklover's Corner, places he lived during the
> Blitz, his grave, and others. Please let me know what you think.
Senate House was the wartime headquarters of the Ministry of Information
(MINIFORM in contemporary telegraph shorthand), the direct inspiration for
the Ministry of Truth (MINITRU) in _Nineteen Eighty Four_.
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