Growing Up In Burton Station

Summary :

M h burton was born in 1945 served in the us army security agency from 1967 to 1971 after training at the us state departments foreign service institute as a laotian translator interpreter he was assigned to the 7th radio research field station based on ramasun station near the small rural village of non sung in northeastern thailand. Probably more frequently remembered for his turbulent personal life and multiple marriages richard burton was nonetheless regarded as one of the great british actors of the post wwii period. Set in thailand during the vietnam war tales of ramasun chronicles the lives of lingies and dittyboppers assigned to a signals intelligence listening post called ramasun station m h burton does a wonderful job of recreating the sights sounds and feel of the period including the perennial conflict between the junior enlisted and those few officers assigned to the remote outpost. Whitehawk growing up in whitehawk in the 1950s by colin chitty i was born in the back bedroom of 130 whitehawk road on 11th october 1952 i was the youngest of 8 6 boys and 2 girls born to fred and louie chitty

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