Fragments of War

Fragments of War

Stories From Survivors of World War II

Book - 1985
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The young girl from the Ottawa Valley who served as a nurse in North Africa with only a helmet of fresh water a day, the teenage soldier from Fredericton who stole pig swill to survive in a Hong Kong prisoner of war camp, the English woman who survived the sinking of the Athenia to become a war-bride, and an Alberta airman who crashed off the icy coast of Greenland, these are but only four of the thirty compelling personal accounts of war experiences.

Many private photographs from their own albums illustrate these stories, which reflect the world wide aspect of the war from the Indian Ocean to the North Atlantic, from Poland to the Middle East, and the varied activities and duties of these young men and women. Their hardships, their adventures, frustrations, fears, joys and romances are chronicled in a poignant and often humorous manner.

Publisher: Toronto ; London : Dundurn, 1985.
ISBN: 9780919670952
Branch Call Number: LPLC860215150941
Characteristics: [256] p. :,ill. ;,23 cm.
Additional Contributors: Hibbert, Joyce 1923-


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