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The Evacuee Christmas

Author : Katie King
ISBN : 9780008257552
Genre : Fiction
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A heart-warming story of friendship and family during the first Christmas of World War Two.

The Evacuee Girl

Author : Jean Reddy
ISBN : 9781904985402
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Talks about a six-year old London Girl who is separated from her family as a wartime evacuee from the German air raids, returning to a lonely post war childhood. The lack of love and warmth in her life causes her to develop a remarkable determination and independence that is to dominate her attitudes and subsequent life.

Mills And Boon Complete Christmas Collection 2017 Mills Boon E Book Collections

Author : Katie King
ISBN : 9781474077101
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Mills And Boon Christmas Joy Collection Mills Boon E Book Collections

Author : Katherine Garbera
ISBN : 9781474077132
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Outcast Europe

Author : Sharif Gemie
ISBN : 9781441142139
Genre : History
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The period of the 'long' Second World War (1936-1948) was marked by mass movements of diverse populations: 60 million people either fled or were forced from their homes. This book considers the Spanish Republicans fleeing Franco's Spain in 1939, the French civilians trying to escape the Nazi invasion in 1940, and the millions of people displaced or expelled by the forces of Hitler's Third Reich. Throughout this period state and voluntary organisations were created to take care of the homeless and the displaced. National organisations dominated until the end of the war; afterwards, international organisations - the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Agency and the International Refugee Organisation - were formed to deal with what was clearly an international problem. Using case studies of displaced people and of relief workers, this book is unique in placing such crises at the centre rather than the margins of wartime experience, making the work nothing less than an alternative history of the Second World War.

A Christmas Candle

Author : Katie Flynn
ISBN : 9781473537279
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******* Light up your life this Christmas with the BRAND NEW NOVEL from SUNDAY TIMES Number One Bestselling author KATIE FLYNN. 'One of the country's most popular storytellers' Scottish Daily Record ******** Will she find love in her wartime home? 1939. All over Britain children are being evacuated. Eve Armstrong and her little brother are headed for Devon, where the Armstrong parents will do their bit in nearby Plymouth. Pulling out of London Eve takes a last look at the crowded platform, the shabbily dressed evacuees, and a rude little boy sticking his tongue out. She’s looking forward to a change of scene. And at first, surrounded by countryside, animals and new pals, Eve is happier than ever at Drake’s Farm. Not even her daily chores dampen her spirits. It’s a different world that invites fresh starts, and so when Eve runs into the boy from the station, Johnny Durrell, they call a truce and soon become firm friends. At first the war seems a distant reality, but when new evacuee Connie Hale arrives from Liverpool every day becomes a battle. Connie is lazy, stuck up and spiteful – and Johnny’s new best friend. As the conflict grows and Eve with it, will she fight for Johnny or concede defeat? Praise for Katie Flynn: 'A poignant war-time romance' Daily Express ‘A heartwarming story of love and loss’ Woman's Weekly ‘One of the best Liverpool writers’ Liverpool Echo 'If you pick up a Katie Flynn book it's going to be a wrench to put it down again' Holyhead and Anglesey Mail

The Hills And The Valley

Author : Janet Tanner
ISBN : 9781447235187
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The spell-binding story of a girl catapulted by fate into maturity – and of a close-knit mining community caught up in the horror and hardship of war. At seventeen it seems that Barbara, youngest of the Hall clan, has the world at her feet. She is pretty, she is mischievous, and she has grown up wanting for nothing. But the carefree idyll is about to end with the suddenness of a summer storm. For a shadow of which she knows nothing hangs over her charmed life; a long dark shadow from the past threatening her happiness and denying her the one man she truly loves. And in the world outside the Hillsbridge valley the clouds of war are gathering . . .

The Living Church

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An Evacuee S Story A North Yorkshire Family In Wartime

Author : John T. Wright
ISBN : 9780955676802
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A poignantly written and graphically described story of the pleasure and pain endured as an evacuee during World War Two. Like so many of his young friends and relatives, John Wright was required to leave the love and care of his parents in Middlesbrough at a very young age to escape the attention of the Luftwaffe and to be evacuated into the hands of a crowded and unloving home in Haxby, a quaint village north of the great city of York. The book eloquently describes his voyage of childhood discovery in the beautiful countryside coupled with the cruel attentions of a foster mother whose motivation was not to lavish love and support to her unfortunate foster children, but to hurt and belittle them. It is a bittersweet story of innocent interludes and mean realities for an evacuee child set amidst the horrors and melancholy of that devastating conflict.

The Silley Woman

Author : Audrey Lush
ISBN : 9781467884969
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Bess Silley lived in the public house, The Silley Woman - named after her Grandmother, she lived there happily with her parents. Bess's happiness was marred by the mysterious disappearance of her Father. She then sought solace from her friend Steve Noble and grew to love him. Lonely when Steve joined the Army, it was then a new love crossed her path, only to bring her more unhappiness.

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