Civilians in Uniform: A Memoir 1937-1945

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The period of World War II now slips beyond the recall of most readers today. Yet that fact largely explains the mysterious appeal of personal memoirs of the epoch. Richard Terrell's vivid recollections retrieve something otherwise lost forever. In his story he takes us into military camps in beautiful parts of Britain, reminds us of the love songs and the bitter cold outside and the absurdities of men in the uniforms of soldiers, clerks and shop assistants at heart. In troopships he takes us to West Africa, on marches into ...

Civilians in Uniform: A Memoir 1937-1945 1998, I. B. Tauris & Company, London, England

ISBN-13: 9781860642364

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