Testament Of Youth by Vera Brittain

Testament of Youth is a poignant memoir detailing the author's experiences during World War I. The narrative follows her journey from her early life, her time as a Voluntary Aid Detachment nurse serving in London, Malta, and France, and her later years as a writer and pacifist. The author's personal loss, including the death of her fiancé and her brother, and the impact of the war on her generation, is a central theme, offering a unique female perspective on the devastating effects of war.

The 502nd greatest book of all time


Published
1933
Nationality
British
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
600-700
Words
250,000
Original Language
English

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