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The day they took the children by Ben Wicks
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The day they took the children (edition 1989)

by Ben Wicks

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Title:The day they took the children
Authors:Ben Wicks
Info:Toronto : Stoddart, 1989.
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This is an anthology of Ben Wicks reminiscence, of his experiences during World War II, a collection of memories in the evacuee's own words, funny and always moving.

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