SIGNED FIRST EDITION: Why Malta? An Autobiography By Stanley Barnes

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Stanley Barnes was for over forty years in the dairy and food industries, half of them spent in Third World countries. In 1936 he was appointed first manager to set up the Goat’s Milk Pasteurisation Scheme for the Government of Malta. This was introduced to combat the problem of undulant fever. In 1941 he transferred to the Royal Air Force in Malta and was Mentioned in Despatches for his work as command Fuel Officer. While in Malta he married Miss Joyce Barnes, the Assistant Matron of K.G.V Mission Hospital. Stanley Barnes was born and educated in Britain. After the war he lived mostly in India, before moving to Australia. His wife died in Indonesia. They had two children and eight grandchildren. In near fine condition with stiff wrappers. Softcover. Published by Publishers Enterprises Group, Marsa 1987

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