Letters Home, 1944-1946Book - 2007
From June 1944 to February 1946, King Whyte wrote over 300 letters to his wife, singer Dorothy Alt. Whyte's meticulous accounts of his experiences during the London blitz and his travels as a war correspondent provide a unique personal perspective not found in history books.
"An engaging and heart-warming account of a Canadian war correspondent's enduring love for his wife, told against a background of Second World War sacrifice and brutality. Few more poignant love letters were ever written." Alex Barris, Author and Broadcaster