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    Fascinating archive up at Canterbury reveals the glory days of the space race
    antiquestradegazette.com
    When he was 14, Ronald 'Ronnie' Bedford was given a copy of The First Men in the Moon, in which a principal character is a writer named Bedford. It fired the imagination of the youngster, blind in one eye from birth, poorly sighted in his other and ...
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    Published on 23 Jul 2018 at 12:08AM








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