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If William Frankel were to choose a motto he could do no better than carpe diem. He seized each opportunity that came his way; escaping the blitz led to his reading law at Cambridge and a chance meeting in New York led to him becoming general manager and then Editor of the Jewish Chronicle. Born into the Hasidic community in London's East End, Frankel's life expanded immeasurably beyond these confines into ever-wider social, professional and intellectual circles. He describes vividly his childhood, his professional development and his encounters with prime ministers, political leaders, writers, artists and musicians.
Peter Halban Publishers Ltd
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