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"Fudge" is the kindest nickname given to a half-black child born smack in the middle of a family of eight children who were not only white, they were Irish. This memoir shares experiences of one of more than 1,000 mixed-race children, many of whom grew up conflicted about their racial identify and feeling abandoned by their black American military fathers stationed throughout Great Britain during World War II.

©2015 Pauline Nevins (P)2016 Pauline Nevins

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  • Mary Leahy
  • 06-09-18

Memoir of a biracial British war baby

This is a memoir written by a very successful lady who had been raised in the UK after World War II in an interesting family that did not have much money. It is well written and inspiring.