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By Charles Evans

Charles Evans documents his passage from idyllic formative years, clean from Oxford in 1939, into the cruel truth of a junior health professional in Burma. superbly written and assuredly vibrant, his diaries light up the development of this grotesque crusade whereas his post-war existence observed ground-breaking paintings as a mountaineer, finally rewarded through a knighthood.

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