Redcliffe remembers gives a heartfelt glimpse into how a community - in this instance, Redcliffe - coped with World War II. It presents an excellent overview of how a small coastal town coped with war and its immediate aftermath.

This publication, edited by Patricia Gee and Michelle Smith, brings together reminiscences of the Redcliffe men and women who were involved in the major arenas of war. It covers the decade 1939-1949 indicating that the effects of the war lasted quite a bit longer than the war itself. 192 pages.