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The unknown warriors.

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WW2 Veterans memories of the war and what they think of the UK now.   (2011-01-22)


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by swimmer76

<div class="product_description">The Unknown Warriors is a collection of letters, packed full of opinions and dramratic war memories from Land Army Girls, Far East ex POWs, Desert Rats, and RAF aircrew from Lancaster Bombers to name just a few, as well as from those who served in essential civillian services and occupations. It is a timeless record of written testimony from men and women who served their country with bravery and determination in the 1939-1945 War. For more information visit; <a href=""></a></div> <div class="product_description">Reviews</div> <div class="product_description">'The overall impression any reader of the letters gets is that this generation feel unheard, unwanted and unimportant. This remarkable collection of their thoughts should give us pause for reflection.' DAILY MAIL</div> <div class="product_description">'Put this book on your shopping list.' THE NATIONAL EX PRISONER OF WAR ASSOCIATION</div> <div class="product_description">'It is a terrific read!'</div>

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