Posted at 02-05-2019 by: The StoryVault Team

The recent 100th anniversary of the Amritsar massacre makes us think again about the legacy of the British empire.  Incidents such as that one make us feel unqualified guilt about Britain's role in exploiting developing countries.  But it's as well to remember that that's not the way it felt to many of those involved in it. Annette Yarrow, who unfortunately died several years ago, had some amazing memories of her life as a small child on her father's tea plantation.  Put Annette's name into the search engine to hear her storiies.

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