The Home Front

Books featuring military and civilian activities within the UK during the Second World War


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There Goes the Siren

by Sheila Dobson
Childhood memories of the London Blitz and Wartime Evacuation.
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The Exbury Junkers: A WW2 Mystery

by John Stanley
Curious tale of a lone German Ju188 aircraft shot down at Exbury in 1944 under mysterious circumstances.
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Harry: An Evacuees Story

by Harry Collins
The experiences of an 11-year-old wartime evacuee from Lancashire who spent 4 years in Canada
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Granddads Rainbow

by Joan Blackburn
A nostalgic memoir following the fortunes of a working-class family from Southern England during the 1940s and 50s
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Gone But Not Forgotten – Leicestershire in World War II

by Stanley Blackmore
Recollections of a teenage schoolboy at home in rural Leicestershire and at boarding school in Rutland during the Second World War.
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Flying Upside Down

by Richard G. Walker
Memories of childhood / adolescence during and after WW2 in Stopsley, Bedfordshire and subsequent RAF National Service
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Corduroy Days

Corduroy Days

by Josephine Duggan Rees
My experiences as a Land Girl in the Women's Land Army during World War II
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But Where Were the Bluebirds?

by Patricia Bending
Evocative childhood recollections of London in the 1940s ~ during World War II and its aftermath
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Blitz Boy by Robert Trevor

Blitz Boy – My London Childhood in World War II

by Robert Trevor
A  Londoner's experiences  as a child during the Blitz and as an evacuee in rural Berkshire and  suburban Liverpool during World War Two.
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Aunt Alices War

by Douglas Walker
ARP warden Aunt Alice's overzealous efforts to protect the Lancashire seaside town of St Annes from enemy subterfuge during WW2 are a comedy treat for readers of any age.
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A Long Way from Home

by Alastair Tompkins
The experiences of a small boy evacuated from Sussex to Yorkshire in 1939.
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