A 1950s Childhood Paperback – 23 May 2013
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'Vivid recollection of life in the post-war years of austerity - a remarkable picture of a recent but now-vanished society.' BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR LOCAL HISTORY 'Fascinating reading.' NEWBURY WEEKLY NEWS --Newbury Weekly News
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Edward Page was a professional jazz drummer, playing with many well-known bands and artists, and subsequently a successful businessman. He lives in Midgham, Berkshire.
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