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What is it like to work in a warzone?
And how hard is it to re-adjust to everyday life when you return home?
The threats of landmines and snipers are re-lived as George Budge describes working as a volunteer driver for the International Red Cross during the Balkans Crisis.
Historical events such as the aftermath of Yugoslavia's collapse are explored in vivid detail alongside tales of families devastated by conflict.
Also featured are a series of letters George received from a Serbian Red Cross worker upon returning home.
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George Simon Budge was born in Plymouth, Devon in 1947. He was educated at Efford Secondary Modern School. George by his own admission said 'My schooldays were like going to a shop to buy bread, and coming out of the shop with an empty bag'. George was not an academic pupil at school, but he did enjoy History and Geography. George was a creator and excelled in Woodwork and Metalwork, hence when George left school he worked as Architectural and Structural Engineer for five years. George then followed the path of his destiny, working as an HGV driver for most of his working life.
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Book Description Austin, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111784554197
Book Description Austin Macauley Publishers Ltd., 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1784554197