Kelsey's observations range from descriptions of the bombing raids on civilian populations to more personal accounts of the difficulties of obtaining a bath. She and her husband were reunited on his quarterly leaves and Victory Harvest records their travels through much of England, Ireland, and Scotland amid air raids, bombings, and machine-gun fire, providing a unique travelogue of Britain in the 1940s. Kelsey's tour of duty was cut short when her husband was seriously wounded by shrapnel at Falaise in 1944.
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