e-Book Oman and Its Renaissance epub downloadAuthor: Donald Hawley
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Publisher: Stacey Intl; 4th edition (December 1987)
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In 1964 Donald Hawley married Ruth Howes; they had a son and three daughters, one of whom is the . Oman and its renaissance, Stacey, London, 1977. Sandtracks in the Sudan, Michael Russell, 1995.
In 1964 Donald Hawley married Ruth Howes; they had a son and three daughters, one of whom is the journalist Caroline Hawley. In retirement Sir Donald and Lady Hawley lived at Little Cheverell, Wiltshire, and he wrote a history of the village Publications. Judges' robes in the Sudan, Faculty of Law, University of Khartoum, 1959.
Donald Frederick Hawley was educated at Radley College. At the outbreak of World War II, about to go to university, he volunteered for the Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry but was told to continue to university: he went to New College, Oxford where he took a four-term wartime degree in law. In 1941 he joined the Royal Artillery "without Army pay and allowances whilst specially employed" because he was with Sudanese troops in North Africa.