Who Do You Think You Are?

‘SECRET DIARIES TOLD DAD’S WW2 STORY’

As a girl, I knew that my dad had been a prisoner of war, but I also knew it was something that we must never speak of,” says author and poet Maggie Brookes. “Dad and I were very close, but there was a gap in my understanding of him.” The missing piece of the jigsaw was revealed in a surprise find 65 years after the

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