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Wartime Kitchen: Food and Eating in Singapore 1942 - 1950

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Wartime Kitchen: Food and Eating in Singapore 1942 - 1950 captures the resilience and adaptability of a people faced with limited resources and shortages during the Japanese Occupation and in post-war Singapore, never before examined in detail. Presenting in-depth research alongside anecdotes, personal reminiscences and a collection of wartime recipes and food-related vignettes, the book vividly documents a crucial decade in Singapore's history with a particular emphasis on eating - an activity famously high in the priorities of Singaporeans. Atmospheric and even nostalgic, the book also examines how hunger and the need for food became an impetus for culinary creativity.
Uploaded by edmbooks on 06/29/2009
Digital publication details: 16 pages.

1940's Wartime Weekend Event Programme

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Here is a downloadable programme for the 1940's Wartime Weekend Event, Saturday 28 to Monday 30 May 2011.
Uploaded by eastlancsrailway on 05/21/2011
Digital publication details: 4 pages.
Tags: rail · wartime · heritage

Wartime Memories

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Illustrations based on a story my Grandfather wrote for me about his experiences growing up in Coventry during WWII.
Uploaded by danielthomp5on on 12/15/2008
Digital publication details: 50 pages.

Noji Family History in Wartime

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Most Japanese Americans who fought in WWII were Nisei, second-generation Japanese Americans born in the U.S. Nevertheless, shortly after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, Japanese American men were categorized as 4C (enemy alien) and therefore non-draftable. Ultimately, however, Japanese-Americans were permitted to fight for their country. For example, the all Japanese-American 442nd Regimental Combat Team of the United States Army was composed of mostly Japanese Americans who fought in Europe during the Second World War. The families of many of its soldiers were subject to internment. The 442nd was a self-sufficient fighting force, and fought with uncommon distinction in Italy, southern France, and Germany. The unit became the most highly decorated military unit in the history of the United States Armed Forces, including 21 Medal of Honor recipients, earning the nickname “The Purple Heart Battalion.”
Uploaded by enoji on 03/25/2008
Digital publication details: 14 pages.

Rugs During Wartime and Peacetime

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Scion presents ‘Rugs During Wartime and Peacetime’ Opening Reception: Saturday, November 17, 2007 Show Run: November 17 – December 1, 2007 Featuring the rug art of Mark Mothersbaugh
Uploaded by scionart on 04/15/2010
Digital publication details: 31 pages.

Growing Up in Wartime Somerset

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Extracts from Growing Up in Wartime Somerset by Syd Durston celebrating the Somerset of years gone by through his charming sketches and memories depicting life on the Somerset Levels and the Polden hills
Uploaded by thehistorypress on 05/15/2011
Digital publication details: 10 pages.

A Family in Wartime

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How the Second World War Shaped the Lives of a Generation by Maureen Waller.
Uploaded by anovabooks on 04/03/2012
Digital publication details: 32 pages.

Windows Into Wartime

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A review of Jesse Albrecht's book "Objects for Deployment."
Uploaded by yale_cohn on 12/01/2010
Digital publication details: 2 pages.

POW Wartime Log of F/Sgt T.D.Glenn

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SR384, BU-A “Able” took off from Oulton shortly before midnight on 24th May 1944 and flew under radio silence at a height of 2,700m between Antwerp and Amsterdam. Shortly after midnight the B-17 was picked up by the radar of German night fighter ace Oberleutnant (flying officer) Leube who went in pursuit of the bomber stream. Oblt Leube first shot the fuselage, then the wings, and finally the fortress exploded over the Oosterschelde near Antwerp at 00.57 hours. As the plane was being attacked, Allan Hockley, the pilot, gave the order to “bail out”. Seven members of the crew left the stricken plane by parachute after which it crashed in the eastern Scheldt River. Starting that day, this is “Tommy's” diary of his time as a P.O.W.
Uploaded by edwolf on 08/26/2010
Digital publication details: 39 pages.

Family in Wartime

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How the Second World War Changed the Lives of a Generation.
Uploaded by anovabooks on 04/03/2012
Digital publication details: 32 pages.
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