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Goodbye East End

English · Paperback

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As Hitler's bombs threatened London during World War Two, eight-year-old David Merron was removed from his family and close-knit Jewish community in the East End and evacuated to the safety of the English countryside. Placed into the car of strangers, life was sometimes unpredictable and lonely. But, with time, the rural world became an exciting adventure playground in which he flourished. Set against a dramatic wartime backdrop, Goodbye East End is about the conflict between a London boy's unexpected love of the countryside and his guilt about not missing home as much as he might. It's the moving story of a childhood experience that changed a young boy's life forever.

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Authors David Merron
Publisher Corgi
Languages English
Product format Paperback
Released 02.07.2015
EAN 9780552171472
ISBN 978-0-552-17147-2
No. of pages 368
Dimensions 127 mm x 198 mm x 23 mm
Subjects Non-fiction book > Philosophy, religion > Biographies, autobiographies

Zweiter Weltkrieg, Kindheit : Berichte, Erinnerungen, Kriegskind

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