Never before published photographs of life at the end of World War II (WWII), 1945-47 are now presented in a beautiful new book ‘My Dad’s Pictures From WWII’, by the photographer’s daughter, Kitty Kirwin. “The rolls of film were poorly stored with rubber bands that had melted and paperclips that had rusted.” said hKitty.
Kitty continues: “There are many pictures with double exposures which give them an interesting effect. He used the gun film he could get from airplanes. The Pima Air Museum in Tucson, Arizona helped identify some of the pictures in this book.”
“I hope you enjoy seeing life through the eyes of an airman; stationed far from home. These are my Dads ghosts” says Kitty.
The book is a treasure and contains over 140 pictures with almost no written story. It’s a classic ‘coffee table book’ that you can hold and write notes on and share with your family. It’s perfect for anyone with an interest in history, or as a gift for grandparents or Father’s Day.
Priced at $25 per copy you can order it at Createspace or click here. It is not an ebook.