If only John Charnley had avoided politics his life would have been far easier. But in the 1930s young men like Charnley considered standing on the sidelines an act of cowardice. Hunger stalked the back streets of Britain and the slow drift towards another world war that would cost 50-million lives had already begun. Charnley could still have led an easy life and risen high in the ranks of respectability if he had chosen more conventional outlets for his political protest. But the chance reading of Oswald Mosley's dramatic ...

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