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Mrs Miles's Diary: The Wartime Journal of a Housewife on the Home Front Paperback – 15 Aug 2013
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Constance Miles was the eldest daughter of Sir William Robertson Nicoll, founder of The Bookman and The British Weekly, a nonconformist newspaper. From Scottish roots, she grew up in London, where J. M. Barrie was among her family friends. Married to Major Elystan Miles, she had two sons, Harry and Basil. She lived in Shere, near Guildford, Surrey, where she wrote her war journals. Constance Miles died in 1962.
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Although I have a kindle I have bought this in paperback from Amazon as I like to see the photos and reading it on paper makes it more 'real'.
More diaries like these would be great to read.
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