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Being born in London in the late 1920s, growing up through the tough years of World War 2, with the dreariness of life on rations until the early 1950s, was difficult for all who experienced it. But Bernard Kayman's candid autobiography of those times shows that life could still be great fun. He shares many cherished memories of family, neighbours and friends as well as personal recollections of significant war time events with humorous escapades throughout his young life. His astute business instinct guided him to a successful career in tailoring with numerous entertaining stories along the way. The themes in this wonderful autobiography will resonate with many across Britain.
The late Bernard Kayman believed, looking back, that being British, Jewish and being a boy scout during WWII all affected his life. His hero was Winston Churchill, whose face and words inspired him to be courageous, honourable and to never give in to injustice. His goal was not only to rebuild London, but to celebrate all that the great city had to offer. What had been important to Bernard is to be a winner and to do well financially. In America he enjoyed family, plus outstanding opportunities to be multi-dimensional as an artist and designer. Travelling extensively in USA and Europe both broadened his life and defined him.