Digging for Mrs Miller some experiences of an air raid warden John Strachey The Coming Struggle for Power etc stopped his fellow traveling with the war and became an air raid warden Digging for Mrs Miller is a classic account of what a warden does and sees Stra

  • Title: Digging for Mrs. Miller: some experiences of an air-raid warden
  • Author: John Strachey
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Library Binding
  • John Strachey The Coming Struggle for Power, etc stopped his fellow traveling with the war and became an air raid warden Digging for Mrs Miller is a classic account of what a warden does and sees.Strachey s warden whom he modestly calls Ford covered a poor section of London near the Thames River A bomb, or bombs, had hit the last five houses in Beaton Street .John Strachey The Coming Struggle for Power, etc stopped his fellow traveling with the war and became an air raid warden Digging for Mrs Miller is a classic account of what a warden does and sees.Strachey s warden whom he modestly calls Ford covered a poor section of London near the Thames River A bomb, or bombs, had hit the last five houses in Beaton Street and a small tenement Where they had stood there was a crater, with two mounds of debris on each side of it time time magazine art

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    1. I found the book to be fascinating and a very quick read because of that. I don't think I've heard of another book like it and really enjoyed reading about the experiences of an air-raid warden in London during WWII. Not that they were "fun" experiences by any means but the point of view is so different from what you'd imagine.Pg 70-71:"It is true and comforting that the reality is never as bad as the fantasy: never as terrifying, never as shattering. That is why the raids, when they came, were [...]


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