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She was born into poverty during a time when anxious people suffered with rationing and bombing, but cared and
This is a moving and fascinating account of life in a small village, in the early years of the war, where people worked and strived, without complaint, simply to live and to feed their children.
Poverty was relentless. The restrictions imposed during war time added to their discomfort, but strength and obdurateness endured, and peace, when it came, was like a bubble bursting and brought with it the madness of free will and the right to love unrestrainedly.
This is the story of a woman of courage with a wonderful sense of humour, who faced up to life’s problems with thoughtfulness and dignity.