Living through the Second World War was a unique and difficult experience, but for the nation's schoolboys it was often seen as an exciting adventure. Watching a country preparing for war and then being immersed in total conflict brought encounters and events that some will never forget. James Roffey recalls some of his vivid memories of life during the war in West Sussex, where he was evacuated. With the same fascination that grips many men of his generation, he recalls some of the extraordinary events he witnessed as a young boy, from finding an injured German airman in the woods to watching Bailey bridges being erected in the fortified village of Pulborough. The location of West Sussex near the south coast brought many dangers in the wartime years, and this book documents events indelibly inscribed on a generation's minds.
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