A great book, about amazing times in World War II in England. The homefront stories. Touching. Made me, again, admire the British people for their courage and ability to stand up to the disasters of the war.
The story is the real diaries of Mrs. Nella Last and I wish that the home office did not loose so many pages. Every word is a pearl and the lose of some chapters is very sad.
This is not a dramatization of the book.
It is just a reading and a little annoying reading at that.
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