Farming, Fighting and Family: A Memoir of the Second World War
By Miranda McCormick
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The Wiltshire farmer/author/broadcaster Arthur (A.G.) Street was one of the leading voices of British agriculture during WW2. His daughter Pamela - herself an aspiring writer - was
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Farming, Fighting and Family: A Memoir of the Second World War
9780750965644
The History Press
5 October 2015
EPUB
256
4.21 MB
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Military History
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Author Biography

Miranda McCormick is the granddaughter of the Wiltshire farmer/author/broadcaster A. G. Street and daughter of the novelist Pamela Street. She was brought up on her parents' farm in the Wylye Valley in South West Wiltshire. Educated at Somerville College, Oxford, she worked for Sotheby's Books and mss department and John Murray Publishers. The fact that Max Hastings quotes from his as yet unpublished work in his best-selling All Hell Let Loose is testament to her literary abilities.