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A lifetime account of Captain John Kemp MBE: from his birth in 1905, in the
small Cornish fishing town of St. Ives, and his
early experiences growing up before and during the First World War, through to
becoming a highly respected ...
ISBN 9781852001025 / 217x140mm / hardback / 144pp / 64 b&w photos / £15.95
Here is a book for all those with an adventurous spirit, whether sailors or not.
Beginning with brief details of the author’s struggles during the 1914-45 era between two World Wars, the book moves ...
ISBN 9781852001001 / 217x140mm / hardback / 341pp / 51 photos / £18.95
The ‘brave little Dutch girl’ was Wilhelmina Harris’s sister Dicky, who rode off on her bicycle and braved the bitterly cold
weather to bring back what little food could be gleaned in the dark days of
hunger, which were intentionally inflicted by the ...
ISBN 9781852001063 / 217x140mm / hardback / 176pp / 22 photos / £16.95
Published in her 86th year, this is Dorinda Jeynes’ last book in her autobiographical trilogy.
She writes of the experiences leading from her upbringing at Bremridge Farm in
Devon during the 1920s, to her present ...
ISBN 9781852001056 / 217x140mm / hardback / 144pp / b&w photos / £15.95
The hardships of Charlie Workman’s early life during the 1920s and 30s in Barrow-in-Furness, were a good
his wartime experiences in the Merchant Navy.
ISBN 9781852001087 / 217x140mm / hardback / 211pp / £16.95
Angela Lord’s humorous autobiography dwells on the amusing events and characters that have featured in her life.
At the beginning are recollections of her early childhood and the funny
incidents surrounding her upbringing and ...
ISBN 9781852001100 / 217x140mm / hardback / 147pp / 48 photos /£16.95
Following Ingrid Jacoby’s first published diary, which dealt with her wartime arrival in Britain under the Kindertransport
movement at the age of 12 and subsequent life through to 1944, Ingrid Jacoby’s second My Darling Diary records her ...
ISBN 9781852001230 / 217x140mm / hardback / 412pp / £18.95
Jean Cooper’s Mam, Violet May Coulton, lived to be 100 years of age and the story spanning
those years from 1905-2006 is
told here via memories and photographs.
ISBN 9781852001315 / 217x140mm / hardback / 80pp / 58 photos / £14.95
In her third diary we follow Ingrid Jacoby’s life through the first half of the 1950s from the age of 23 to 26 years.
Still in Oxford and now working for Rosenthals’ Antiquarian Booksellers, she records relationships between all her work. . .
ISBN 9781852001360 / 217x140mm / hardback / 372pp / 26 b/w illus / £18.95
Travelling through every state in the USA is something few people will ever
achieve, even those residing in that country,
and certainly not in the style of Mavis Gore and her husband Jeff.
ISBN 9781852001377 / 217x140mm / hardback / 306pp / 50 colour photos / £18.95
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