How often have we heard or read of the many children evacuated to other countries during WW1, & the terrible life they were subjected to? How is it that those persons given the role of care takers were not charged with war crimes or at least crimes against children? I have just read & am left in tatters,"A Home in the Country by Sheelagh Mawe". Whether it be a true account or not it was so believable & repugnant, yet beautifully written, I had trouble opening the book again each time I'd had to leave it. Added to which the book I borrowed had the same picture- only more of - as is on the FMP website. One little girl always appealed to me, but now I may have probs going to FMP again. Sometimes I have wondered if it ever may have happened that Parents sent their children off- for safety- & disappeared, never to reunite with their children again because that's the way they wanted it.