Aftermath: Travels in a Post-War World

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Stackpole Books, 2006 - History - 239 pages
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In 1953, Farley Mowat, a Canadian infantryman during World War II, returned to Europe, a place he only knew during the ravages of wartime. Together with his wife, he returns to England, France, and Italy to reexamine the past and find hope in the future. This is a unique and compellingly look at a world that has undergone dramatic changes in the last fifty years, described in vintage Farley Mowat style.

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User Review  - gypsysmom - LibraryThing

Every time I read a Farley Mowat book I am reminded again what a great writer he was. He was a great addition to the Canadian book scene and it is too bad he has finally gone to that great nature ... Read full review

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From September 1943 to the conclusion of World War II in 1945, Farley Mowat served his Country in Sicily, Italy, and later the Netherlands. He witnessed people and land being ripped apart by constant ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Farley Mowat's nearly forty books have sold millions of copies & have been published in more than twenty languages. His books include "Never Cry Wolf", "Sea of Slaughter", "The Farfarers", "People of the Deer", "The Dog Who Wouldn't Be", "The Desperate People", & "Ordeal by Ice".

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