The Occupied Garden: Recovering the Story of a Family in the Wartorn Netherlands

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A moving, revealing memoir about a man and his young family during the Nazi occupation of Holland, as told by his granddaughters, one a beloved novelist. At once a memoir and a social history of a time, The Occupied Garden is the story of a good but poor man, a market gardener, and his fiercely devout wife, raising their young family in Holland during the Nazi occupation. Pieced together by the couple's granddaughters, who combed through historical research, family lore, and insights from a neighbour's wartime diary, the ...

The Occupied Garden: Recovering the Story of a Family in the Wartorn Netherlands 2008, McClelland & Stewart

ISBN-13: 9780771026225

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