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by Peter Stursberg

Author: Peter Stursberg
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: Touchwood Ed (May 1, 1996)
Pages: 192 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.1
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Those Were the Days book. Elegance and gentility still reigned in Victoria when Peter Stursberg was a young reporter for Victoria's Daily Times.

Those Were the Days book. Elegance and gentility still reigned in Victoria when Peter Stursberg. Life will never be the same again, but those were the days! Get A Copy.

Arthur Lewis Peter Stursberg, known as Peter Stursberg, CM (August 31, 1913 – August 31, 2014), was a Canadian writer and broadcaster. Stursberg was born in Chefoo, China, the son of Mary Ellen (née Shaw) and Walter Arthur Stursberg, who was working. Stursberg was born in Chefoo, China, the son of Mary Ellen (née Shaw) and Walter Arthur Stursberg, who was working for the Chinese postal service. His father, was born in Canada to a German father from the Rhineland and an English mother, while his mother was born in China to an English father and a Japanese mother.

Elegance and gentility still reigned in Victoria when Peter Stursberg was a young reporter for Victoria'sDaily Times. Life will never be the same again, but those were the days!

Elegance and gentility still reigned in Victoria when Peter Stursberg was a young reporter for Victoria'sDaily Times. ISBN13:9780920663233. Release Date:May 1996.

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Peter Stursberg is the father of former CBC executive Richard Stursberg. Peter Stursberg died in 2014, age 101, in Vancouver, British Columbia. Selected bibliography. Journey Into Victory (1944). Agreement in Principle (1961). Those Were The Days (1969). Mister Broadcasting (1971). Diefenbaker: Leadership Gained 1956-62, Toronto 1975, University of Toronto Press.

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Wonderfully written book written in the 1930's about the 1930's

Wonderfully written book written in the 1930's about the 1930's. This is Lewis' follow up book to "Since Yesterday" which was a book about the 1920's written in the 1920's. In both books he gives a clear view of what was happening at the time. This was a decade of sweeping changes while America battled to get out of the depressive economy that engulfed it. This is a well written history of that time. It starts September 3, 1929 just before the Wall Street crash and goes until September 3, 1939 when WWII began in Europe. A very good book that is hard to put down if you like reading about history of the United States. 8 people found this helpful.

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Arthur Lewis Peter Stursberg was born on Aug. 31, 1913, in Chefoo, China, where his father, Walter Arthur Stursberg, was working with the Chinese Postal Service. When he was seven years old, his father and mother, Mary Ellen (née Shaw), took Peter on a world cruise. Peter Stursberg recalled in one of his early books, Journey into Victory, that the four-man CBC crew was unprepared for sub-zero weather and didn't bring sleeping bags. An American officer supplied them.

Elegance and gentility still reigned in Victoria when Peter Stursberg was a young reporter for Victoria'sDaily Times. Life will never be the same again, but those were the days!