In 1942, only 24 days after Pearl Harbor, school girl Eleanor Law, of Lee High School in Jacksonville, Florida, began her diary. Through that first year of World War II, she observes civilian life and finds love. Her diary tells of meeting the man she would eventually marry and live with for 51 years. Breathless, excited, happy, anxious--her words reveal the real concerns of the time. As German subs sink ships in sight of Jacksonville and the FBI captures Nazi spies right in the city, Eleanor also worries about the USO dance and her school grades in real time.
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