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Billy One Boy's War

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515 pages7 hours

Summary

Bill Green’s Memoir Captures the Second World War Zeitgeist
The story begins one September morning in 1939 with the author describing how he and his brother were evacuated from the city to the supposed safety of the coast never to see their mother again. His story progresses through a series of events that change his life dramatically as a young boy. Readers will witness a real life account of fates that become inextricably entwined amidst the clamour of wartime and the transformational odyssey of a young boy growing up during a volatile period.
By turns harrowing and inspirational, 'BILLY' One Boys War, is a profound read that seamlessly merges history with personal experience and brings down the phenomenon of war into a real and humanized level. Eye opening and beautiful, this book potently captures the Second World War zeitgeist while actively demonstrating the unwavering essence of the human spirit.

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