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Jun 27, 2019 - 06:49 AM By Alan Tucker

It only took a moment It was a moment that Tom would always remember that morning of 19 February 1942, when everything changedanged from peace to war.When fourteen year old Tom Taylor moves to Darwin with his family, he hardly guesses that tragedy will soon change his life forever Although Tom helps to dig slit trenches, and though the Japanese edge closer throIt only took a moment It was a moment that Tom would always remember that morning of 19 February 1942, when everything changedanged from peace to war.When fourteen year old Tom Taylor moves to Darwin with his family, he hardly guesses that tragedy will soon change his life forever Although Tom helps to dig slit trenches, and though the Japanese edge closer through Malaysia and Singapore, the war seems so far away.
  • Title: The Bombing of Darwin: The Diary of Tom Taylor, Darwin, 1942
  • Author: Alan Tucker
  • ISBN: 9781865043630
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Paperback

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Nate Rawdon Jun 27, 2019 - 06:49 AM
I read this book having only recently moved to Australia, with the novel offering me an accurate insight on Australia's time during wartime. I enjoyed the writing style featured in the novel, as it allowed you to properly connect with the emotions of those featured. The story-line was at time dull compared to other parts of the novel, though this was acceptable in that it was a diary. Though I am unlikely to read it again, it allowed me an insight into this period of Australian history that I wa [...]
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rachel • typed truths Jun 27, 2019 - 06:49 AM
The Bombing of Darwin was an interesting book that offered a fresh insight into the mind of fourteen-year-old Tom Taylor who moved to Darwin with his parents at the end of 1941, two years into the Second World War. It managed to subtly blend many historical references into the plot and was overly very informative. Why the low rating then? Well, for starters, this book is suited for a much younger age group. I can normally read middle grade novels and still enjoy them despite my older age, but th [...]
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Sena Koga Jun 27, 2019 - 06:49 AM
Less than expected. I am Japanese and I wanted to read the Australian point of view toward what we did in World War 2. But his diary is mainly made up from fact, what he saw, and what he heard, and it rarely talks about his internal emotion.Also this diary ends in 26th April of 1942, and didn't mentioned about after that. Really short term.Although, this book shows exact event from people's perspective and it also gave me many little pieces of information in everyday diary, and it can be connect [...]
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Elizabeth Jun 27, 2019 - 06:49 AM
This book is amazing!It really taught me a lot more about Australian history and what really happened and what life was like in Australia during WWII. This book was really sad when the bombing of Darwin happened, but that was life and it happened and I found this super interesting-the evacuation journeys and what happened and how they got off trains-meeting up with family at the station and what went on in Darwin during the war. Definitely read this book because it is amazing and a touching stor [...]
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Karen Holliday Jun 27, 2019 - 06:49 AM
i hve read the book at school but i want to read it on here but it will not let me so it sucks
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Diane Jun 27, 2019 - 06:49 AM
Great children's book. Isak loved it!
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Tom Watson Jun 27, 2019 - 06:49 AM
This is a Strange and long book
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Katherine Jun 27, 2019 - 06:49 AM
Good easy to digest history of this period written through the eyes of Tom Taylor in diary form. I learnt quite a bit
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Cheryl Deville Jun 27, 2019 - 06:49 AM
Great perspective of Darwin during the Bombing through a young boys eyes.
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TC Jun 27, 2019 - 06:49 AM
loved it. i had used many of the facts for school assignments
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The Bombing of Darwin: The Diary of Tom Taylor, Darwin, 1942 By Alan Tucker It only took a moment It was a moment that Tom would always remember that morning of 19 February 1942, when everything changedanged from peace to war.When fourteen year old Tom Taylor moves to Darwin with his family, he hardly guesses that tragedy will soon change his life forever Although Tom helps to dig slit trenches, and though the Japanese edge closer throIt only took a moment It was a moment that Tom would always remember that morning of 19 February 1942, when everything changedanged from peace to war.When fourteen year old Tom Taylor moves to Darwin with his family, he hardly guesses that tragedy will soon change his life forever Although Tom helps to dig slit trenches, and though the Japanese edge closer through Malaysia and Singapore, the war seems so far away.

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