Rationing, air raids, Anderson shelters, evacuees, making do and mending . . . This is Anne Hathaway’s account of her childhood in wartime Oxford. Only six years old when the Second World War began, Anne grew up in a large family, and her story relates how the war had an impact on them all, as well as the family-like community of which they were a part.
ISBN 978 07223 4995-3
Paperback – 160 pages