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By Doug Roberts

Doug Roberts, has lived via the most tumultuous sessions of our historical past. Born (1919) and raised within the early twentieth century in a rustic that now bears little resemblance to the land and the realm during which we now dwell, his tale supplies insights into existence in these far away days. As a tender guy he spent greater than six years within the air-force and in Venice, in 1945 he met Margaret serving within the ATS, with whom he used to be to proportion such a lot of years of his lifestyles.
This e-book is ready trouble and clash however it is usually approximately love and the reader should be privileged to proportion a lot of Doug’s priceless moments with Margaret until eventually her demise in 2012. It was once then that he made up our minds that his stories will be shared and the assumption of this ebook used to be born.

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