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Raymond Street was born in 1920 and lived in Cheltenham, moving to Birmingham in the early 1930s. Money was tight and he left school at fourteen and worked in various shops and factories before joining up in 1942. When he left the army in 1946 he returned to factory work before going into the retail furniture business, running his own successful shop before retiring in 1978. It was at this time he recorded his 'army days', which subsequently formed the basis of his story. He is now ninety-four, still living in Birmingham and although his memory is failing, he still can recall events from that time. Robert Street, Raymond's son was born in 1954 and lives in Solihull. He has pulled together his Father's memories and created this unique first-person record.