In June 1939, 15-year-old Eva and her 11-year-old sister Vera were evacuated from Czechoslovakia to Great Britain. Being Jewish, their parents made the heart-rending decision to send them to safety. They spent most of the war in Poole, Liverpool, Hastings and Monmouth. When writing letters to their parents became impossible, Eva kept a diary of events, not only of the war, but of a teenager grappling with spiritual questions, the rights and wrongs of patriotism as well as being a parent to her sister.
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