Voices of the Second World War (Kindle)
A Child's Perspective
Voices of the Second World War: A Child’s Perspective is a collection of first-hand accounts from people who experienced the Second World War from all over Europe: stretching from Russia to the Channel Islands, and Norway to Malta.
While some children appear to have been hardly aware of the war, for those who lived through bombing, occupation, deprivation, starvation and fear, the memories remain with them even today.
The accounts have been relayed according to their perspective at the time and the contributors were happy to share their experiences and memories, keen in the knowledge that they were being documented as personal chroniclers of one of the twentieth century's most catastrophic events.
I found the book so compelling that I read it in one sitting. It's essential for anybody researching this period - particularly those who didn't pay enough attention to the stories of their grandparents.WDYTYA?, April 2018 - reader review: Rhonda Wilson
BOOK OF THE MONTHHampshire Life, March 2018
★★★★★ Amazing book, so interesting to hear of war time experiences through the eyes of children, especially when one of them is my late Auntie. I thoroughly recommend this to everyone.Amazon, Mrs. Josephine Packham
See the review online here.
Click here to listen to author interviewBBC Radio Solent, 30/1/18
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Read it for: An interesting collection of memories from the generation which grew up during WW2.Your Family History, January 2018