Top positive review
Well worth a read though not so detailed as other Forgotten Voices.
on 3 August 2016
After reading 'Forgotten Voices of the Holocaust' I looked round for companion volumes, but this is such a wider subject (the biggest human upheaval on the planet ever) that in so few pages it doesn't have the space to be so powerful. However, the selection of memories gives a poignant insight into events which I hadn't known of. Reading the account by a survivor of HMS Hood I was puzzled by his thinking in metric measurement. In the navy in 1941? I suspect the text might have been tinkered with.