Author(s): Don Taylor (ed.)
Everyone's War is the simple telling of an important piece of our history by those for whom it was all too real. It is the personal stories of fifty-six men and women and their involvement in those years of war. From dramatic air battles and torpedoed ships to the important work of our 'Tuis' and those at home. They call themselves 'ordinary', but they are from a different time ...stoic, modest and far from 'ordinary'.