In summertime on Bredon
The bells they sound so clear;
Round both the shires they ring them
In steeples jar and near,
A happy noise to hear.
It was like old times in England this Easter Sunday. Once again the people heard their beloved church bells. Muted since Dunkirk three years ago (they were to be rung only to signal invasion), they have pealed out only twice since, on a memorable Sunday last November, when they rang in thanksgiving for the victory at El Alamein, and last Christmas. But now they will ring out each...