It is the summer of 1942. The mighty United States Army Air Force enters into the battle of
the Secord World War in Europe.
The coming of the Amricans to war-torn Britain is welcomed by most of the inhabitants, but
for the children of the village of Widdlington it is a catastrophe. A new air-base for B17
“Flying Fortress” bombers deprives them of crucially important territory.
The children accordingly gang together in a series of raids and skirishes against the
Americans in an attempt to regain their rights.
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“I’m not a quitter, Jenno,” said Roy. But I can’t help feeling, like Dismal, that we’re
stymied. So if you’ve got a good idea, tell us.”
“Cripes, Roy, It ain’t so much an idea as a way of lookin’ at fings. Emmeline Pankhurst
didn’t never give up, not even when fings was really against ‘er, so Oi reckon as ‘ow
we shouldn’t give up neither.”
“But what more can we do?” I asked.
“Cripes, ain’t none of yew got no ideas at all?”
“We could pray for a miracle,” said Stinky.
“Yew could pray fer some ideas an’ all,” said Jenno.