Interview with Elizabeth Zettl

Title

Interview with Elizabeth Zettl

Description

Elizabeth was born in Croydon. Her father was a stockbroker and she had a sister who was ten years younger. At ten Liz went to school in Hillcotte in Eastbourne until she was 18. She went to college for six months to train as a secretary and then got a job as bursar’s secretary at a boys’ school in Stow where she met her husband.
In 1942 Liz was called up to work at Marconi checking outgoing goods, working 12-hour shifts. Liz remembered on VE Day the schoolboys went missing to celebrate in London.
Liz and her husband eventually moved to Buckingham. They both had an interest in motor racing and Liz worked at Silverstone on race control until old age.

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IBCC Digital Archive

Date

2018-04-26

Contributor

Sue Smith

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00:53:02 audio recording

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AZettleES180426

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Citation

Chris Brockbank, “Interview with Elizabeth Zettl,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed October 22, 2020, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/11784.

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