London: Victor Gollancz , 1989. Hardcover. Good/good. Vera Brittain was an ordinary housewife, and active pacifist, during World War II, living mainly in London. This is the third volume of her diaries, covering the period of the London Blitz. Gives real insight into social conditions in Britain during the war. Size, 24 x 155cm, 352 pages. Ex-library, front endpaper removed, some library markings, green cloth boards in good pictorial dust jacket, internally good: generally clean and unmarked in sound bindings.