William Stone's long and remarkable life is documented
William Stone was one of the last men to have served in both the Great War and the Second World War. Up until his death in 2009, he made countless public appearances to pass on his memories and wisdom and teach new generations the realities of sacrifice, duty and war.
Part of Bill's appeal is that he represented a lost world, when
Britain really did rule the waves. This charming book goes a long
way to bringing that world back to life * Daily Express *
Fascinating . . . an extraordinary look at a life that spanned three centuries * News of the World *
[Stone's] memoirs immortalise the astonishing story of 'an ordinary man living in extraordinary times' * Legion *