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The Complete Call the Midwife Stories: True Stories of the East End in the 1950s review ↠ 103 ↠ ❰Reading❯ ➶ The Complete Call the Midwife Stories: True Stories of the East End in the 1950s Author Jennifer Worth – Eyltransferservices.co.uk London's East End inLondon's East End in the Call the MOBI #9734 s was a tough place the struggles of post war life bombsites overcrowded tenements crime brothels bred a culture of tight knit family communities larger than life characters and a lively social scene It was into. Just a fascinating and interesting read from end to endLoved the book and the 'characters' This was even interesting for me as I began my nursing career not that long after the period the book covers It amazed me how many and how long old habits and practices held on forThis is really worth the read

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This world that Jennifer Worth entered as a trainee midwife But docklands life was tough and babies were often born in slum conditionsIn funny disturbing and heartbreaking The Complete Epubstories Jennifer Worth recounts her time among nuns prostitutes abor. An absolutely wonderful book couldn't put it down an historic view of the 1950's the era that I grew up in I lived in Belfast and we had a 2 bedroom bungalow which my mother was so thankful for

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The Complete Call the Midwife Stories True Stories of the East End in the 1950sTionists bigamists gangsters and expectant mothers portraying East Enders' amazing resilience and their warmth and humour in the face of hardship Written with affection and nostalgia her midwife stories chronicle the lives traditions and tales of a bygone e. A wonderfully written book detailing an almost forgotten era of the hardships faced by nurses and their patients in the years following WWIII would recommend this book to anyone whether a student or an everyday reader