Gwyneth by Mary Rees

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"Gwyneth is vivacious, sociable and has a grand sense of humour. She’s able to put her hand to almost anything she puts her mind to and is afraid of nothing, except the threat of war.
Gwyneth’s adolescence was spent with her parents, Herbert and Elsie and younger brother, Peter on two refurbished World War 1 Q-Ships moored on the River Hamble in Hampshire.
Newly married for just 6 months, and having had the taste of a fabulous, social life in London, Gwyneth’s husband, Eustace, leaves for West Africa where he’s to be stationed and Gwyneth returns home to her parents. Finding life apart arduous and with Gwyneth’s ardent desire for adventure and travel, Eustace returns home after a year.
A visit to Rhodesia House, finds the couple on their way to Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) for a few years of adventure, with the intention of returning to England after several years of exploring and participating in a relatively new, developing country.
Historically, during the 1936-1940s there were many important world events of which many, Gwyneth has captured within these pages.
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About Mary Rees

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Mary Rees, M.S., has been teaching since 1970. She worked for 20 years in public education as a teacher, a consultant, and an educational diagnostician, over time making a natural progression from teaching learning strategies to working with skillful qualities of mind and states of consciousness (which include ethical behavior and prayer).
 
Published April 21, 2012 by Xlibris. 239 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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