BETWEEN TWO WARS AND AFTER.
Privately published, Lowestoft, ND, 1st edn., paperback, 152pp, half tone photo ills. in text, large format (8 x 6 inches approx.), half tone photo pictorial montage upper wrapper, the autobiography of Tom Chipperfield, born in 1915 in Bridge Road, Oulton Broad he relates his family antecedants as well as some local history and folklore. His working life began in 1936 when he was employed in the local mental health sector as a nurse at Lothingland Hospital, a converted workhouse. In 1939 he joined the Royal Army Medical Corps and served in France, Africa and India before returning in April 1946 and working at a local hospital for the next 34 years, becoming more and more involved in local politics as time went by, signed by the author on title, slight slant to spine, lightly rubbed at extrems., very good,
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