1940-1945: A Memoir by Joyce Dunmore
”The lost days of my life until today, what were they?” – Christina Rossetti
The little island of Jersey, situated in the Channel off the Normandy coast, was once a really beautiful place to live. The fresh sea breezes along the golden sandy bays surrounded in granite rocks covered with seaweed and red rock lobsters, was like heaven on earth.
Joyce Dunmore recounts with vivid clarity the years she and her loved ones lived under Nazi rule in the Channel Islands during the German Occupation of the Second World War.
Published in 1996.