Can I Come Home, Please? The Second World War - By the Children Who Lived Through it by Phil Robins
  

Can I Come Home, Please? The Second World War - By the Children Who Lived Through it

Written by Phil Robins
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Part of the My True Stories Series

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Synopsis

Can I Come Home, Please? The Second World War - By the Children Who Lived Through it by Phil Robins

Using taped interviews from the Imperial War Museum's Sound Archive, Phil Robins gathered together this compelling collection of first-hand accounts from people who grew up during the Second World War. As well as British children's stories of evacuation and the Blitz, this book also includes memories from survivors of the Holocaust in Europe and from German children. It is illustrated with many contemporary photographs, and includes a time line and index.

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Format

Paperback
272 pages

Author

Phil Robins
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Publisher

Scholastic

Publication date

2nd March 2009

ISBN

9781407109039


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