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The Wartime account of Geoffrey Ardron, a Signals officer who after training was posted to a remote Airfield close to the Lake District. From this quiet corner of the UK, he was later sent to Burma to set up communication links where he describes the horrors of the jungle, the constant rain and lots of leeches!
This is an unpretentious account by a modest man who, like many others in service, simply gets on with his duty whatever he's faced with.
Geoffrey Ardron died in 1999 having written this manuscript in the late eighties but never having it seen published. It is now an honour and privilege to see "Ad Astra and all that" in print.