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On 3rd September 1939 Amy Browning started to write a diary. It was a momentous day for so many reasons. It was Amys 18th birthday and the day her sister gave birth to a baby boy. It was also the day that Amy heard the news on the radio: Great Britain was at war with Germany.
Living with her family in Opal Street, Liverpool, Amy and her friend got jobs at a factory, and to begin with life went on much the same as before. Then the bombs began to fall on Liverpool, and Amys fears grew. Her brother was fighting in France, her boyfriend had joined the RAF and they all lived in a very dangerous world.