Private Words - Letters and Diaries from the Second World War
Blythe, Ronald (editor)
$13.00
While friends, families and lovers were being torn apart by the Second World War, the writing of letters helped to preserve relationships and allowed a deep, intimate expression of their hopes, fears and worries. Though officially forbidden, diaries and journals were often kept by soldiers and prisoners as a way of making sense of their awful predicament. Written for their own sake, they form possibly the most personal, honest account of the effect of war on the individual...
Second hand Paperback
Stock: 
1
ISBN: 
9780140131253
SKU:
54257