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TIOTAL
Prìosanaichean cogaidh Eadailteach aig Tuathanas Brucefield, Port Mo Cholmaig (1 à 2)
EXTERNAL ID
AB_ROSEMARY_MACKAY_08
ÀITE
Port Mo Cholmaig
SGÌRE
Manachainn Rois
SIORRACHD/PARRAIST
ROS: Tairbeart
DEIT
2009
LINN
2000an
CRUTHADAIR
Rosemary Mackay
NEACH-FIOSRACHAIDH
Am Baile
AITHNEACHADH MAOINE
40999
KEYWORDS
Prìosanaich Cogaidh
An Dara Cogadh
An Dàrna Cogadh
cogaidhean
claistinneach

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Sa chuibhreann chlaistinneach seo tha Rosemary NicAoidh à Manachainn Rois a' cuimhneachadh nam prìosanaichean cogaidh Eadailteach a bha ag obair air Tuathanas Brucefield, Port Mo Cholmaig, aig àm a' chogaidh.

'We had Italian prisoners next door to us at Brucefield. I can assure you none o them wanted to escape. They knew they were on to a good thing, they'd stay prisoners. I can remember when they capitulated an they came home cheering. 'We're all friends now!' Sheila had been home for the night from Tain because Cookie dished up a special meal. Cookie came to the door an said they were having this meal, an they were celebrating. Just through the wall from us. An, but Cookie came with his white apron an Ah remember, a white towel over his arm, but he came with a tray of four plates of - it was spaghetti! An that's another thing Ah remember, but he made it. He made the - an he dried it off over the clothes rope. He wiped it all clean an he puts the strips of dough over the clothes rope. We used to laugh about him putting the washing out on the clothes rope. It was the - well, spaghetti, pasta, or some- that he was making. That was the only way they got it. But he did it in, that night, in the colors of the Italian flag. An it was tomatoes, an the spaghetti, and he had parsley; he grew a lot o herbs in the garden, an he - Well it might not have been parsley; parsley was the usual one we use, but it could have been herbs o any kind that he had. He said that was the colour of the Italian flag. An that stuck wi me. If there's a quiz I always say, 'Aye, that's the colour o the Italian flag.' Or that was the colour at that time. But Sheila went into the festivities next door, an she had her meal with them. So, I can assure you none o them wanted to escape.'

Airson stiùireadh mu bhith a’ cleachdadh ìomhaighean agus susbaint eile, faicibh duilleag ‘Na Cumhaichean air Fad.’
’S e companaidh cuibhrichte fo bharantas clàraichte ann an Alba Àir. SC407011 agus carthannas clàraichte Albannach Àir. SC042593 a th’ ann an High Life na Gàidhealtachd.
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Prìosanaichean cogaidh Eadailteach aig Tuathanas Brucefield, Port Mo Cholmaig (1 à 2)

ROS: Tairbeart

2000an

Prìosanaich Cogaidh; An Dara Cogadh; An Dàrna Cogadh; cogaidhean; claistinneach;

Am Baile

Am Baile: Portmahomack During the War

Sa chuibhreann chlaistinneach seo tha Rosemary NicAoidh à Manachainn Rois a' cuimhneachadh nam prìosanaichean cogaidh Eadailteach a bha ag obair air Tuathanas Brucefield, Port Mo Cholmaig, aig àm a' chogaidh.<br /> <br /> 'We had Italian prisoners next door to us at Brucefield. I can assure you none o them wanted to escape. They knew they were on to a good thing, they'd stay prisoners. I can remember when they capitulated an they came home cheering. 'We're all friends now!' Sheila had been home for the night from Tain because Cookie dished up a special meal. Cookie came to the door an said they were having this meal, an they were celebrating. Just through the wall from us. An, but Cookie came with his white apron an Ah remember, a white towel over his arm, but he came with a tray of four plates of - it was spaghetti! An that's another thing Ah remember, but he made it. He made the - an he dried it off over the clothes rope. He wiped it all clean an he puts the strips of dough over the clothes rope. We used to laugh about him putting the washing out on the clothes rope. It was the - well, spaghetti, pasta, or some- that he was making. That was the only way they got it. But he did it in, that night, in the colors of the Italian flag. An it was tomatoes, an the spaghetti, and he had parsley; he grew a lot o herbs in the garden, an he - Well it might not have been parsley; parsley was the usual one we use, but it could have been herbs o any kind that he had. He said that was the colour of the Italian flag. An that stuck wi me. If there's a quiz I always say, 'Aye, that's the colour o the Italian flag.' Or that was the colour at that time. But Sheila went into the festivities next door, an she had her meal with them. So, I can assure you none o them wanted to escape.'