We that Were Young
Virago, 1988 - 466 Seiten
Following the progress of Joan Seddon and a group of friends from 1915 through to the empty post-war years, this semi-autobiographical novel portrays their work at YMCA camps in France, in munitions factories and as VADs.
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We That Were Young by Irene Rathbone; (5*) This is perhaps the best book that I have read for the Great War Theme Read this year with the exception of All Quiet on the Western Front. It was so ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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First published in 1932 to lukewarm reviews, this novel chronicles the war work of several young British women during World War I. Joan, Betty, Barbara, and Pamela work in YMCA canteens in France and ... Vollständige Rezension lesen