This is history, in a very personal sense. Antonia Steadman was a little girl in England during World War II, old enough to remember the “Blitz” air-raids. Mrs. Mathew, now in her 80s, lives in the United States. She wrote this fascinating, sometimes astonishing, and deeply introspective audio piece to re-examine memories which have haunted her life – especially, those of her father, Major Anthony Steadman, who served with distinction, and was killed in action in Burma, one of the least-understood but hardest-fought campaigns of the war. Her play brings her experiences, and his, vividly to life. More than just a memoir or a history lesson, this piece shows the real depth and the permanence of the damage caused by the tragedy of war.