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Anthony Tobias

 

Anthony Tobias lived a long life and enjoyed a varied career. Born in 1918 he was conscripted into the army at 21 and served for six years, throughout the World War II first as a pilot and later running a University in South Italy for the Army Education Corps.

After demob he pursued an industrial career, and following retirement continued to work initially as a court reporter then as Practice Manager for a firm of West End solicitors.

For most of his adult life Anthony was also a writer of plays – two of which were broadcast on BBC radio – short stories and several books based on his experiences. The real life assassination of the Chechen Ambassador in 1993, and Anthony’s subsequent involvement in the case, provided the inspiration for The Chechen Assassination Plot.

Married for almost 60 years before his wife passed away, Anthony leaves a son and daughter several grand-children and great grand-children.

He remained a keen cyclist, scrabble, snooker player and writer – almost till his death in 2015.

 

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