Voices from the Second World War: Stories of War as Told to Children of Today

(3) 4-6 This volume collects oral histories of men and women who recount their childhood World War II experiences decades later to present-day children. Fear, loneliness, and anger are vividly remembered and shared with the young interviewers. Most of the accounts, organized into sequential segments, are those of British survivors (the book was first published in the UK). Numerous photographs enhance this historical treasure. Glos., ind.


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