Voices from the Second World War
Stories of War as Told to Children of Today
In an intergenerational volume, witnesses to World War II — RAF pilots, evacuees, resistance fighters, Land Girls, U.S. Navy sailors, and survivors of the Holocaust and the Hiroshima bombing — all tell their stories to young interviewers, passing on the lessons learned to a new generation. Featuring many vintage photographs, this moving volume also offers an index of contributors and a glossary.
“A comprehensive picture of the war, from soldiers, civilians, and children on all sides, both Allied and Axis. . . . A fine tool for any child interested in history.” — Kirkus Reviews