Our Longest Days: A people's history of the Second World War (Paperback)Sandra Koa Wing (author)
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Publisher: Profile Books Ltd
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 302 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 22 mm
...a compelling collection of real wartime diaries...a waking dream of blown-out-windows drama and real domesticity. * Good Housekeeping *
...a highly evocative guide to what people on the home front were really thinking...a heartwarming, priceless piece of cultural history. * Glasgow Herald *
A fascinating insight into the lives of Britons during the Second World War. * Sunday Express *
A vivid portrait of Britain at war, from bombs and rations to love affairs and dances...previously unpublished photos help to bring the era to life. * Sainsbury's Magazine *
Richly evocative of the reactions of ordinary people to extraordinary events. * BBC Who Do You Think You Are Magazine *
This book holds a priceless treasure trove of moments...a beautiful slice of social history. * Sunday Business Post (Ireland) *
This was life as it happened and there's nothing more fascinating than reading history through the words of those who lived it. * Publishing News *
A thoroughly satisfying literary experience...a vivid flavour of life in Britain during the second world war. * Eastern Daily Press *
A unique record of how the British 'just got on with it' despite the deprivation and dangers of war...makes for hypnotic reading. * Birmingham Post *
Warm and illuminating, this is a testament to the British people and the human spirit. -- Sandy Amazeen * Monsters and Critics.com *
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