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World War II historical fiction in a diary format using headlines from actual newspapers in 1943.
In the darkest days of the Second World War, a young woman yearns for her husband who is away fighting in a war that leaves her lonely and desperate. For Angela McKenna, the only comfort to be found in this time of despair is her diary. Reflecting upon life, loneliness, and the world around her in this time of conflict, Angelas story presents the drama and suffering of World War II not from the perspective of the soldier, but of the civilian. In Thirty Days in 1943, fiction is weaved with historical fact to produce a story of love, despair, hope, and triumph. Unique in its format, Thirty Days in 1943 bases its story around factual headlines taken from the San Jose Mercury Herald for the month of November, 1943.