Title:Are We at War? Letters to The Times 1939-1945
Both nostalgic and informative, humorous and incisive, this selection of letters to The Times from the war years, 1949-1945, displays the mores and interests of the Briitsh public on the Home Front. With typical British idiosyncracy, the correspondents reveal their concern with subjects as diverse as what to do with a gas mask, the correct use of a hay-box for economic cookery, controlling lice in Scottish soldiers' kilts, the scuttling of the Graf Spee, the treatment of aliens, the morality of war crimes trials and the future of West End theatres in the Blitz...
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