We emigrated to Uganda in the mid-1950s. It was a paradise, particularly for whites.
It was part of the culture in the 1950s. Anyone who had a bit of education and could leave, did. I would have joined the army if the war hadn’t ended when I was 17.
In Uganda I was paid three times as much as in Ireland, which was a terrible country back then. The Church dominated all the...
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