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ONE CHILD'S WAR epub ebook

by Hugh Hanafi Hayes

ONE CHILD'S WAR epub ebook

Author: Hugh Hanafi Hayes
Category: Military
Language: English
Publisher: Zeus Publications (December 8, 2008)
Pages: 296 pages
ISBN: 1921406968
ISBN13: 978-1921406966
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 329
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One Child's War book.

One Child's War book.

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One Child's War Throughout the Second World War, some 65,000 English civilians died from German bombing of one type or another

One Child's War Throughout the Second World War, some 65,000 English civilians died from German bombing of one type or another. Twice that number were injured and thousands suffered psychological trauma as a result of the conflict that lasted six years.

by Hugh Hanafi Hayes. During the blitz on London in 1941, a sailor on leave couldn't wait to get back to his ship. At least there," he said, "you can fire back at an enemy, but poor bloody civilians just have to sit and take i. Throughout WW2, some 65,000 English civilians died from German bombing of one type or another. Twice that number were injured and thousands suffered psychological trauma.

Hugh Hanafi Hayes was born in London, England and after two years of undistinguished service in the RAF, he developed what is sometimes called an inconsistent work record

Hugh Hanafi Hayes was born in London, England and after two years of undistinguished service in the RAF, he developed what is sometimes called an inconsistent work record. In England, Canada, the USA, New Zealand and Australia - where he currently lives - he has been a proofreader, an actor, a radio announcer, a television journalist, an award-winning script writer and a documentary film-maker and producer. He is married to a Canadian born artist and they have six children.

Child's War was a war between the English East India Company and the Mughal Empire of India, ruled by emperor Aurangzeb, which lasted from 1686 to 1690.

Kitab al-siyar al-saghir (Summary version of the Hanafi doctrine of War) Muhammad al-Shaybani, Translator - Mahmood Ghazi.

The Hanafi (Arabic: حنفي‎ Ḥanafī) school is one of the four religious Sunni Islamic schools of jurisprudence (fiqh). It is named after the scholar Abū Ḥanīfa an-Nu‘man ibn Thābit (d. 767), a tabi‘i whose legal views were preserved primarily by his two most important disciples, Abu Yusuf and Muhammad al-Shaybani. Kitab al-siyar al-saghir (Summary version of the Hanafi doctrine of War) Muhammad al-Shaybani, Translator - Mahmood Ghazi. The Legal Aspects of Marriage according to Hanafi Fiqh Islamic Quarterly London, 1985, vol. 29, no. 4, pp. 193–219.

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Hayes makes it perfectly clear that in America there are two worlds. In Ferguson, just about every single black person I spoke to had at least one story (often many) about humiliating traffic stops by Ferguson police officers that had nothing to do with public safety. 10. A look at enforcement in America. American society has witnessed a kind of arms race between its citizens and its police, resulting in forces that in many places patrol and occupy rather than police, that straightforwardly view themselves as waging war. 11. The concept of white fear

During the blitz on London in 1941, a sailor on leave couldn't wait to get back to his ship. "At least there," he said, "you can fire back at an enemy, but poor bloody civilians just have to sit and take it." Throughout the Second World War, some 65,000 English civilians died from German bombing of one type or another. Twice that number were injured and thousands suffered psychological trauma as a result of the conflict that lasted six years. This book is a fictionalized account of the experiences of one young civilian during that period. The author was born in London, England and after two years of undistinguished service in the RAF, he developed what is sometimes called an inconsistent work record. In England, Canada, the USA, New Zealand and Australia - where he currently lives - he has been a proofreader, an actor, a radio announcer, a television journalist, an award winning script writer and a documentary filmmaker and producer. He is married to a Canadian-born artist and they have six children.
Reviews (6)
Ces
What the people of England endured during WW2 shows how brave and stalwart they were. The children of which this book tells about endured long separations from parents who had sent them into safer areas of the countryside to escape the V1 and V2 bomb attacks . But the conditions of their lives was sad; sometimes harsh with unloving surrogate "parents" who worked them to death on farms and sometimes with others less harsh, but with lives affected by missing parents and home. This is an informative and well written narrative which gives the reader good insight into what life and war was like for people during 1939 to 1945.

Vichredag
As a post-war child I heard about the child evacuees but never with any detail. Hayes really brings to life through the eyes of one innocent boy what these children and their families went through in WWII. His writing style paints such fully fleshed out portraits that it was more like watching a movie than reading a book. In fact, this is a prime candidate for a film. The story has all the human experiences that makes a great book and a great movie, and more to the point, it's a story which should be shared with a wide audience.

Whitesmasher
One Child's War is a timely reminder of how the war with Germany had an enormous impact on the lives of ordinary people, in particular children. Sensitively written, the book conveys both the tragedy as well as the comedy that living through conflict can bring. It's a very human story which vividly portrays a small child's confusion and the trauma and upheavals he experiences during those six years of WWll. Hugh Hanafi Hayes really brings all the different characters in the book to life and his attention to detail evokes the reality of a terrible time in the life of a young child. I thoroughly recommend it."

uspeh
This is a really good "read" - a richly evocative account of a child's experiences through WW11. Its interesting, funny, moving, engrossing and never dull, the narrative moving forward at just the right pace. The style is light and flowing making it easy to pick up and difficult to put down. And knowing it is based on real events and experiences gives it an added dimension as a fascinating piece of social history, showing us how people coped, what it was like to be at school then and to be evacuated to the country. Thoroughly recommended for all ages.

TheJonnyTest
One Child's War is a fascinating and enjoyable read, portraying war from a completely different perspective. This is a heartfelt paean for all civilians who directly or indirectly feel the impact of war on their shores. With incredible detail, the author evokes a time of terror in England during WWll and his engaging story of the adventures and trials of the young lad Stephen Riley is a coming of age tale that takes the reader through a whole gamut of emotions. This is a real page turner.

Alsanadar
I really enjoyed this book. The characters seemed so real to me and as I read I felt all the emotions experienced, especially by the boy, Stevie and his mother. The story is quite humorous at times despite the sadness and fear created by the awful situation of war. A very good read.

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