A brief, insignificant and true moment from Roger Chamberlain's childhood that left him with a memory that haunted him for more than 50 years. It came from a time when post war austerity and a large American Air Force Base cast long shadows over Sheringham, the small Norfolk seaside town where he grew up. As adults, we forget that a child's brain sees images very differently to us; a child's memory only remembers things that are in HIS world. When Roger's Mother added the missing parts, many years later, it suddenly acquired added significance for all those concerned.