When the Sun Never Set: A Family's Life in the British Empire
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When the Sun Never Set: A Family's Life in the British Empire

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In 1901, Charles Griffin joined the Colonial Service as one of its first recruits and embarked on a journey to Africa with his young wife Aileen. They had begun a lifetime of travels, which would be shared and extended by their children, Alice and John, and their grandchildren. When the Sun Never Set explores three generations in a remarkable family's history. Alice Boase...more
Hardcover, 304 pages
Published July 8th 2005 by Radcliffe Press
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