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Only a 'snapshot' by amateur writers
on 27 February 2014
As somebody who spent the first two years of his life at Fairford Camp with his parents and grandparents, for me this book only partially captures relevant historical accounts and facts of what life was like for polish political refugees who were forced to settle in the UK after the second world war. The rich collection of photographs is let down by sparse writing which, in my opinion, the authors have failed to properly research and include. Overall, a reasonable effort by amateur writers but to readers like me somewhat disappointing and a lost opportunity to create a valuable source of historical reference for second and indeed subsequent generations living here in the UK.