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by James McKenna

eBook Last Exit from Bridgeton: an East End childhood remembered download ISBN: 1845300386
Author: James McKenna
Publisher: The Grimsay Press (September 13, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 468
ePub: 1986 kb
Fb2: 1856 kb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: mbr txt doc lit
Category: Biography
Subcategory: Historical

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Last Exit from Bridgeton. an East End childhood remembered. Published September 13, 2006 by The Grimsay Press.

Childhood’s end. Arthur C. clarke. More than thirty years had passed, but the memory of those last days when the Reich was crumbling beneath the waves from the East and from the West had never faded. He could still see Konrad’s tired blue eyes, and the golden stubble on his chin, as they shook hands and parted in that ruined Prussian village, while the refugees streamed endlessly past. It was a parting that symbolised everything that had since happened to the world - the cleavage between East and West. For Konrad chose the road to Moscow. Reinhold had thought him a fool, but now he was not so sure.

When James McKenna first published his personal recollections of life in Bridgeton, he had no idea how quickly and widely his account of everyday life in the East End of Glasgow in the 1950s and 60s would be embraced by former inhabitants - including those now spread across the world but linked to the days of their childhood by the Internet. In this new edition, the author expands and enriches his own collection with many of their memories and personal anecdotes.