a hell of a time in front of Europe

AlexanderIII

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Russian
Dear all,
this is from The King's War, by Mark Logue and Peter Conradi. The scene is Great Britain in 1941.

There is plenty of work for everyone, but there is a hell of a time in front of Europe when the mess is over.

This is a sentence from the letter written by Logue to his brother-in-law. I guess the sentence in red means The Europe will face a very hard time when the war is over. Is this correct?
 
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