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A blood clot found in writing an evacuee diary of anne lung forced his mother to remain in a nursing home, so John, as he became known, was initially cared for by the family's nurserymaid.
Aged three years, he attended a pre-prep school in Tite Street with his elder sister Jane, but inwith war approaching, the two were taken to the relative safety of Wales. The following year, joined by their younger siblings Sally and Hugh, the Lucan children travelled to Torontomoving shortly thereafter to Mount Kisco, New York.
They stayed for five years with multi-millionairess Marcia Brady Tucker ; John was enrolled at The Harvey School and spent summer holidays away from his siblings at a summer camp in the Adirondack Mountains. Despite the family's noble ancestry, [nb 1] the 6th Earl and his wife were agnostics and socialists and preferred a more austere existence than that offered by Tucker, an extremely wealthy Christian.
For a time, John suffered nightmares and was taken to a psychotherapist. As an adult he remained an agnostic, but ensured that his children attended Sunday schoolpreferring to give them a traditional childhood.
He supplemented his pocket money with income from bookmakingplacing his earnings into a "secret" bank account, and regularly left the school's grounds to attend horse races. According to his mother his academic record was "far from creditable",  but he became Captain of Roe's House, before leaving in to undertake his National Service.
He became a second lieutenant in his father's regiment, the Coldstream Guardsand was stationed mainly in KrefeldWest Germany. While there, he also became a keen poker player. He often won at games of skill like bridge and backgammon, but he also accumulated huge losses.
That time his stockbroker uncle by marriage, John Bevanhelped him to pay the debt, and Lucan repaid his uncle two years later. He also visited his elder sister Jane, and his former guardian, Marcia Tucker.
Her father had died in a car accident while she was still very young, following which the family had moved to South Africa. Her mother remarried, and when her new step-father became manager of a hotel in Guildfordthe family returned to England.
The two sisters later shared a flat in London, where Veronica worked as a model and later as a secretary. Christina's marriage to the wealthy William Shand Kydd half-brother to Peter Shand Kyddstepfather to Diana Spencerlater Princess of Wales introduced her to London high societyand it was at a golf-club function in the country that Veronica and Lucan first met.
After a ceremony attended by Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone one of whose ladies-in-waiting had been a relative of Lady Lucanbut by few other prominent members of high society,  the couple honeymooned in Europe, travelling first class on the Orient Express.
Lucan's already embattled finances were given a welcome boost by his father, who provided him with a marriage settlement designed to finance a larger family home and any future additions to the Lucan family.
Lucan tried to teach Veronica about gambling and traditional pursuits like hunting, shooting, and fishing. He bought her golf lessons; she later gave up the sport. He sometimes jogged in the park and took his Doberman Pinscher for walks. Lunch at the Clermont Club was followed by afternoon games of backgammon.
Returning home to change into evening dressthe earl typically spent the remainder of the day at the Clermont, gambling into the early hours, watched sometimes by Veronica. He gained the moniker "Lucky" Lucan, but his losses easily outweighed his winnings, and in reality he was anything but lucky.
Lucan became increasingly involved in her mental well-being, and in took her for treatment at a psychiatric clinic in Hampsteadwhere she refused to be admitted. In July the family holidayed in Monte Carlobut Veronica quickly returned to England, leaving Lucan with their two elder children.
Despite an early attempt by his wife at reconciliation, by that point all Lucan wanted from the marriage was custody of his children. In an effort to demonstrate that Veronica was unfit to look after them, he began to spy on his family his car was regularly seen parked in Lower Belgrave Streetlater employing private investigators to perform the same task.
Lucan also canvassed doctors, who explained that his wife had not "gone mad", but was suffering from depression and anxiety.
The countess apparently feared for her safety and told Sawicka not to be surprised "if he kills me one day. While with two of the children near Grosvenor Placeshe was confronted by Lucan and two private detectives.
They told her that the children had been made wards of court and that she must release them into his custody, which she did. Frances was collected from school later in the day.
To defend herself against Lucan's claims about her mental state, Veronica booked herself a four-day stay at the Priory Clinic in Roehampton. While it was acknowledged that she still required some psychiatric support, the doctors reported that there was no indication that she was mentally ill.
Lucan's case depended upon Veronica being unable to care for the children, but at the hearing, he was instead forced to defend his own behaviour toward her. After several weeks of witnesses and protracted arguments in cameraon the advice of his lawyers he conceded the case.
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scholarly work The Diary of Anne Frank: The Critical Edition (), Anne's first, unedited diary is referred to as version a, to distinguish it from her second, edited diary, which is known as version b.
What was it like in World War Two?
such as writing a letter home or a diary entry describing the first week as an evacuee in Oswestry. Things they might write about include: • What it was like to be without their family? • .