Operation Keelhaul: The Story of Forced Repatriation from 1944 to the Present
Twelve-year-old Margaret hardly knows whether to look forward to a chance to mingle with the famous at her cousins' country home, or dread the mess her brothers' mischief will make of the situation.
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