Twenty-One: Coming of Age in the Second World War

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Incorporating 21 personal accounts of World War II veterans, this book looks back to a time when turning 21 not only symbolised becoming a man, it also meant being prepared to die like one. Each story emphasises the individuality of the story-teller, the tragedy of war and the preciousness of youth.

Twenty-One: Coming of Age in the Second World War 2006, HarperCollins Publishers, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780007213801

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