‘Childhoods Are Forever’ by Tony Muddimer Featured in a Newspaper
The Loughborough Echo Newspaper featured Tony Muddimer’s biography published under the title of ‘Childhoods Are Forever’. The feature shared the cover photo and an account of synopsis of the biographical book.
This compelling book ‘Childhoods Are Forever’ tells the story of a young boy’s progress through the second world war, whilst learning to live with his dysfunctional family and coping with the disruption of wartime Britain. It also uncovers his surprising connection with Ian Fleming’s Special Forces intelligence-gathering, Royal Marine Commandos, and the origin of ‘a license to kill’.
Tony Muddimer’ was born before the start of the Second World War, so he experienced the whole of the conflict, including German bombing raids and severe food shortages. He was educated in classes with large numbers of pupils because so many teachers had been called up to serve in the armed forces. For some months, he was evacuated to Tenby in South Wales, as his home had been requisitioned by the military. Finally living in Leicester until the end of hostilities.