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Victor Allen Reminisces Childhood After World War II in Autobiography

By: Get News
Victor Allen talks about his life after World War I and how it affected his childhood in his autobiography, ‘The Boy.’

July 25, 2022 – Victor Allen’s life didn’t change much after World War II but it was full of serenity and wonders. In his autobiography, he details his childhood experiences.

Viktor details his relationship with his family, particularly with his sister who he was very close to. He talks about the pranks he and his friends played on the local police, his first sexual experience, the first time he drove a car, and his neighbor, Dennis Hobbs.

“This book is about my life experiences. My firsts and everything that made a significant impact on me as a person. There are some things that were traumatic, and there were some things that changed me for the better. Growing up in the 50s is completely different than what it is growing up in today’s era. The generation today doesn’t have the same luxuries we did back then, their luxuries are electronics and the internet,” commented Victor, talking about the book and what it was like growing up in a different generation than the kids today.

The book gives readers a glimpse into the life of those who lived in the early 40s and 50s. It peeks into the world of those who grew up during the war and how life changed afterwards.

The book is available on Amazon and Kindle.

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