Dating a canadian soldier
Her affair with Marco has left Lorna pregnant, and she is at odds with how to deal with it.Vera is convinced to come back to work at the factory, but struggles with PTSD.A Ministry of Defence (Mo D) service inquiry (SI) into the death was carried out by the Defence Safety Authority, with the findings now made available.The report has not revealed the exact cause of death but found it was 'within the definition of SADS'.
It found a combination of SADS trigger factors - exercise, heat, adrenaline levels and potentially an imbalance of blood salt levels - were 'contributory to this accident' but concluded: 'The SI found no aggravating factors in this accident.'Writing in the report, Lieutenant General Richard Felton said: 'Cpl Hoole was a physically fit, determined and capable infantry soldier.'He was experienced, with numerous operational deployments under his belt in his eight years of service and had a promising career ahead of him.'His sudden death ...Lorna sends Kate to work in the storeroom as punishment, after suspecting Kate is the thief; while there, she befriends an African-Canadian man named Leon Riley.While tracking down another Blue Shift worker, Hazel, who Gladys believes is the thief, she discovers that Hazel has been sleeping with James, her fiancé.However, everyone is at odds: James discovers that Gladys has been receiving letters from a soldier she'd accidentally agreed to marry, and the two fight over their respective indiscretions; Leon invites Kate to sing in a club with his band, which causes a rift between Betty and Kate; Lorna and her husband, Bob, clash after they find out that one of their sons is being awarded a medal for bravery.
And at the hospital, Archie contracts sepsis and asks Vera to help him commit suicide, to end his suffering.
Young socialite Gladys Witham begins working at Victory Munitions, a bomb factory, at the start of World War II.