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A Little Boy Lost by David Allum

A Little Boy Lost by David Allum

$14.95 (pocket bk)
$4.99 (ebook)


Author: David Allum
Genre: Non-fiction, War
Format: Paperback and ebook
ISBN: 9780987046864
Pages: 307

World War II: A Son And His Father’s Seven Decade Reunion, Words of Wisdom For The New Generation

World War II tore up countries and nations and it also ripped up victims. Those who became separated from their families, parents or siblings seemed destined to survive the days of their lives as the walking wounded.

David Allum was one such boy lost, who was only recently re-united with his father seven decades later.

In this powerfully narrated story, filled with personal reflections of a world populace questioning its lust for destruction, David Allum looks on his situation with the continued eyes of a child caught up in events larger than the wildest fears of his imagination.

Simple, evocative, and excruciatingly compelling, A Little Boy Lost will reveal much of the wisdom lost to a new generation who are at this time unsuspectingly moving toward cataclysm themselves.

This is more than a book, it is a wake-up call to how conflict and racial intolerance can affect a species — a planet.