420pp • 152 x 229mm •
Publication: June 2015
A dashing first-hand account of aviation during the Second World War. This second volume of John Deverill's gripping memoir covers the years 1953 to the present day – from drinking too much with Krushchev at embassy receptions to swimming across the Volga to give his KGB minders the slip, this lively account perfectly captures the glamour and intrigue of Moscow in the 1950s.
This volume also covers Deverill’s time in Yemen during the tail end of the British administration in Aden and much else in this immensely adventurous and international life. ____________________
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