The road ahead
Following the publication of The Past is Myself, Christabel Bielenberg's wartime memoirs, thousands of her readers wanted to know what happened next. This second volume begins in a Germany experiencing the after-effects of war and taking her 70th birthday as a stopping point, the author reviews an eventful life with characteristic modesty and humor.
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