Albert Paul was a retired carpenter who lived all his life in Brighton, and he describes in vivid detail the life of a boy brought up in poverty and his struggle against adversity.

Poverty – Hardship but Happiness tells the story of a working class boy’s life in the years between 1903 and 1917, from his childhood through to adolescence. It looks at the hardships of life before and during the First World War and examines the ways that children’s lives changed as a result of the Great War.

This book is the first that was published by QueenSpark Books and we are delighted to make it available as a digital version of one of our most popular and out-of-print titles.

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