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The epic story of the aftermath of World War Two and the repatriation of over fifteen million people across a devastated Europe.
Ben Shephard read History at Oxford University. He was a Producer on the television series The World at War and The Nuclear Age and has made numerous historical and scientific documentaries for the BBC and Channel Four. He is the author of the critically acclaimed A War of Nerves- Soldiers and Psychiatrists 1914-1994 and After Daybreak- The Liberation of Belsen, 1945. He lives in Bristol.
"It's amazing, a really fine achievement and has a wonderful balance between argument and narration, where the individual stories draw the reader into the moral and emotional complexities, while the sense of structure and proportion gives it a very strong sense of being in safe hands" -- Nick Stargardt, author of 'Witnesses of War' "A thoughtful retelling of an important and timely story" -- Alan Allport * Literary Review * "(Even today, thousands of people displaced by the Second World War remain unaccounted for)The Long Road Home speaks for them by proxy and with proper sympathy" -- Ian Thompson * Sunday Telegraph * "[A] well researched and comprehensive account" -- Caroline Moorehead * Spectator * "Excellent book... his research is meticulous" * Independent *