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Camberley and Yorktown between the Wars by Graham Barson

Camberley and Yorktown between the Wars

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Camberley and Yorktown between the Wars by Graham Barson

This book illustrates every aspect of life in Camberley and Yorktown between the wars, drawing on an album of previously unpublished photographs that was compiled by a local photographer and members of his family.

About the Author

Graham Barson worked as a government scientist for twenty-three years. He took early retirement in 1995 to become a full-time postcard dealer. He has been interested in the history of Camberley, Frimley and Farnborough for over thirty years. This is his second book.

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Publication date

1st January 2007


Graham Barson

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The History Press Ltd


128 pages


Local history



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