Whilst researching Arthur Hutt, I came across your article on the Standard Triumph website and thought you might like to know the following.
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As an apprentice toolmaker, Thomas Cumberlidge was considered a far too valuable commodity to have his life put at risk in the regular army.
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Cliff was born on the 9th March 1932 to Arthur and Sylvia Frost. Cliff was the third of four children. He had an elder brother called Arthur, but called Mick for his entire life, and an older sister Joan. A couple of years after Cliff had arrived the youngest of the siblings, Trevor was born. Continue reading “Cliff Frost”
In the late spring of 1940 Germany was winning the war and had occupied France, poising to invade Britain. And my mother was dying.
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