Richard Baldwyn

Only Yesterday

A book of adventures written by an eighty-five-year-old and dedicated to his two-year old grandson, containing drama, tragedy, comedy, not to mention history in its most exciting yet moving form. How can one not be enthralled by the extraordinary real life events related here? From frightening days at boarding school to a somewhat unusual introduction to the RAF; From the London blitz to a touching incident in an Algiers brothel; From having one's bathroom decorated by a great train robber to recording Richard Briers, Freddie Trueman, James Mason, Harold Wilson and the Princess Royal; From running the London marathon to dining with Bette Davis.
368 printed pages



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