One Child's War

One Child's War

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During the blitz on London in 1941, a sailor on leave
couldn’t wait to get back to his ship. “At least there,” he
said, “you can fire back at an enemy, but poor bloody civilians just have
to sit there and take it.”
Throughout the Second World War, some 65,000
English civilians died from German bombing of one type or another. Twice that
number were injured and thousands suffered psychological trauma as a result of
the conflict that lasted six years.
This book is a fictionalised account of
the experiences of one young civilian during that period.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 294 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 16mm | 397g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • North Charleston SC, United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1477590773
  • 9781477590775
  • 1,974,105

About Hugh Hanafi Hayes

Hugh Hanafi Hayes was born in London ,
England and
after two years of “undistinguished service” in the RAF, he
developed what is sometimes called an inconsistent work record. In England , Canada ,
the USA , New Zealand and Australia - where he currently
lives - he has been a proofreader, an actor, a radio announcer, a television
journalist, an award-winning script writer and a documentary film-maker and
producer. He has also written four published books. He is married to a Canadian
born artist and they have six children.
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