War Child A History of Children in Conflict

by Martin Parsons

War Child A History of Children in Conflict Synopsis

In September 1930 nearly 400,000 children were evacuated from London, followed by many more from other cities in the UK.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780752442938
Publication date: 1st January 2008
Author: Martin Parsons
Publisher: The History Press Ltd
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 288 pages
Categories: Warfare & defence, Social & cultural history,

About Martin Parsons

Dr Martin Parsons is Director of the new International Research Centre for Evacuee and War Child Studies at the University of Reading. He has lectured at various Universities throughout the world, and holds several posts, including Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Evacuees Reunion Association and President of the International Federation of Evacuees and War Children. Martin has given guest lectures at the English Speaking Union and the Cabinet War Rooms. He was a consultant on the BAFTA winning 'Britain at War in Colour' documentary for Channel 4 and has contributed to many TV and radio programmes including 'The Evacuees' ...

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