Fulham in the Second World War, by Leslie Hasker
Book published by the Fulham and Hammersmith Historical Society in 2005, 89 pages. Paperback (N6141)
This book is a fascinating account of Fulham during the Second World, and provides an insight into what life was like in this part of South London during the conflict.
From the introduction: Very few accounts have been written of specific parts of London during the war. So far as I can ascertain, those that have appeared were all published during the Immediate post-war years. The perspective of events has now changed. I have relied largely on official records for the basic facts, and have also gathered items of information from people who were in Fulham during the War. A good deal of interest has been shown in the background events of everyday life such as food rationing. This and other subsidiary matters have been dealt with in the book.
Condition of the book is generally very good. The covers are clean and bright, the spine is intact and all pages are clean, intact, unblemished and tightly bound. There is a small price sticker on the rear side cover