Up the Blue : A Kiwi Private's View of the Second World War

By: Smith, Roger

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Up the Blue : A Kiwi Private's View of the Second World War by Smith, Roger
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Wellington, NZ: Ngaio Press , 2000. tells of things as they were for the ordinary Kiwi soldier, with atmospheric and chilling descriptions of the great battles in North Africa and Italy. But there’s a great deal more than that: Smith’s sensitive and moving story examines the psychological impact of war service: horror, elation, homesickness, culture shock, mateship, trust, off-duty shenanigans, laughter, fear and tears. he crucible from which a generation of New Zealand men was forged. pp 271 in PRISTINE unread condition. First Edition. Soft Cover. As New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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