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 Massey, Victoria,, ONE CHILD'S WAR.
Massey, Victoria,
ONE CHILD'S WAR.
BBC, London, 1978, reprint, 126pp, half tone photo frontis, maroon cloth lettered in gilt at spine, photo pictorial dustwrapper, the recollections being evacuated from Merseyside to the heart of Welsh-speaking Wales during WW2, a young seven year old girl separated from her brothers and all that was familiar to her and who never lost her homesickness, edges tanned, dustwrapper: a little rubbed and creased at extrems., short edge tear lower panel, very good plus in a very good dustwrapper,
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 Mayhew, Patrick (ed.),, ONE FAMILY'S WAR.
Mayhew, Patrick (ed.),
ONE FAMILY'S WAR.
Spellmount, Staplehurst - Kent, 1995, 1st in imprint, trade paperback, 237pp, 8pp half tone photo ills., pictorial wrappers, '...a unique collection of eye-witness accounts' of WW2 from the members of one family, involved with all the fighting services and many of the civilian ones, based on the letters they exchanged throughout the war, lightly rubbed at extrems., faint vertical creasing to spine, very good plus,
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 McBryde, Brenda,, A NURSE'S WAR.
McBryde, Brenda,
A NURSE'S WAR.
Sphere, London, 1980, 1st in imprint, paperback, 184pp, 8pp half tone ills., map in text, pictorial upper wrapper, experiences of a nurse who started training in Newcastle in 1938, experiencing the appalling conditions of student nurses at that time and seeing the effects of the blitz, on qualifying in 1943 joined the Queen Alexandra's IMNS/R, posted to 75th British General Hospital in Perth, relieving the 81st BGH in Normandy near Caens on D+13 and then on to Brussels, home leave in January 1945 and then the No. 5 Maxillo-Facial unit attached to the 108th BGH also in Brussels and finally to Rotenburg, between Bremen and Hamburg in north Germany, to nurse men released from the nearby Sandbostel concentration camp, edges tanned, near fine,
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 McCulloch, Art (compiled by),, THE WAR AND UNCLE WALTER - The Diary of an Eccentric Walter Musto.
McCulloch, Art (compiled by),
THE WAR AND UNCLE WALTER - The Diary of an Eccentric Walter Musto.
Bantam, London, circa 2005, reprint, paperback, 320pp, in text line drawings byDavid Eccles, photo pictorial upper wrapper, the diaries of Walter Musto, made from the first day of January1939 and recording the day to day throughout WW2 until May 1945, discovered by his great nephew fifty years after the end of WW2 in a family attic and used to compile this volume. Walter MUsto was a Deputy Inspector with the Crown Agency he would travel by train to mills and manufacturers of a number of products around the country checking on their quality and would write his diary on the train, lightly rubbed at tips, spine a little sunned, edges tanned, very good,
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