WWII Memories Without Regret - By Leonard A Harris - Royal Navy

‘WITHOUT REGRET’ by Leonard A. Harris Note: Any person’s using an extract of this document in any publication authorship must be acknowledged in the credits. AUTHOR'S NOTE. The second son of a very strict father, my punishment for a boyhood misdemeanour was the choice of joining either the Army or the Navy. I chose the Navy, and in naming these, my memoirs, Without Regret, I leave you the reader, to judge, and form your own opinion, as to whether it was without regret, as a young lad of sixteen that I went off to join the Royal Navy as a boy seaman, or twenty-four years later, as a chief petty officer, that I accepted my discharge. April 1973 Cheshunt Hertfordshire
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