Who Do You Think You Are?

‘NANA AND GRANDAD ESCAPED THE NAZIS’

BARBARA YOUNG lives in Lancashire, and has read every issue of WDYTYA? Magazine since its launch in 2007

When I was a child, my grandfather used to tell me Polish fairy tales about the Baba Yaga, who was a witch who lived in the forest,” says Barbara Young. “Although I was born in Britain, we were brought, a breaded and fried pork chop.”

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