Born in Rosario de Santa Fe, Argentina, Douglas Duff served at sea as a midshipman during the war. After the war he served as an officer in the Palestine Gendarmerie and the Palestine Police. He has written sixteen books and many magazine articles and stories, and is an experienced broadcaster.
A Feature for Fans
Edited by ' Jem Belcher '
Bristol City v. Newport
Exeter City v. Bournemouth
Devon v. Yorkshire
Devonport Services v. Bristol
The North Somerset Drag Hunt
B. H. Smith , Joint Master
Produced by Pat Beech
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