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This was an interesting book, to say the least. Korda tells the story of, essentially, Dunkirk, but includes his perspective as a ten year boy, son of a movie industry family, which provides a fascinating perspective on what happened. He remember's Chamberlain's speeches on the radio, of praying nightly for the BEF in France, and many other things that he only later learned the significance of. Probably not the best account out there, but an interesting one, and likely the last we'll see from someone who remembers any part of it firsthand.
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Michael C. Smith
Marshall, Texas lawyer. I post on things that attract my interest while puttering in my study. Mostly family, books, home, history, World War II and scale modeling.