Frances Donaldson: A Woman’s War

Frances Donaldson: A Woman’s War

What makes a society girl take up Farming? Answer: The Second World War.

Letters written by a woman from the Home Front in the Second World War to her husband at war maintaining vital supply lines, this is a gripping yarn.

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About the Book

Letters written during WW2. It seems more like a novel as the story develops and finally resolves itself at the end of the War. An absorbing read and extraordinary history; a historical account of one life as lived on the Home Front in World War II.

Edited by Rose Deakin

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Series: Donaldson Letters, Book 1
Genre: Biography & True Accounts > Women
Tag: Letters
Publisher: EVE Eden Valley Editions
Publication Year: 2017
Format: ebook or paperback
Length: 340 pages
ASIN: B0745FF4P7
ISBN: 9780992972349
List Price: £9.99
eBook Price: £1.99
Endorsements
Female farming in "The War". A laughing, crying, gripping, writer-to-be's letters to her husband through five long years of separation... A moving must-read of feminism two generations before its time coupled with the real smell of Britain before and after Dunkirk. The fear and the relief
– Robert Boyd
I much enjoyed A Woman's War. Such a good insight into that period. There came a point when I could not put it down.
– Connie Harman
Every now and again as a journalist you hear a story that sounds interesting and the more you find out about it the more extraordinary it becomes. This is one of those.
"As a contemporary account of agriculture during World War II, and of women and children’s lives during the long absence of their men, these letters, spontaneous, unself-conscious and candid, are fascinating."
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About the Author
Rose Deakin

Rose is the daughter of Jack and Frances Donaldson. She has edited their wartime letters, from the period 1939-1945

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A Woman's War