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Excellent with detailed chapters on indusries, rationing and home life.Published 11 months ago by Denise A. bletsos
A little difficult to understand since many of the references to individuals on radio and early TV in Britain are not known to Americans. Read morePublished 12 months ago by JLH
Fascinating. I grew up in Liverpool and was 17 when WW2 ended in 1945. His description of the period 1945-1951 is spot on. Read morePublished 15 months ago by C. Irwin
A mass of information, and now and then something absolutely divertingPublished 15 months ago by noone
Fantastic!! I plan to follow upon the next two books. My husband lived in the U>K> as boy during WWII and was fascinated byit and the hardships endured after the victory. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Kindle Customer
First, the book was in good condition.(It was a 2nd hand paperback and came from somewhere in London). It was recommended by a friend, a bibliophile, a lawyer. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Audrey Tien
Compelling social history that creates a deep feeling for Britain in the immediate post war years. Highly recommended, and I look forward to reading the rest of the seriesPublished 17 months ago by Fitzclan