Rescued from oblivion after six decades: the long-lost memoir of Ironfoot Jack, King of the Bohemians

Jack Rudolph Neave , self-styled ‘King of the Bohemians’, was a well-known if somewhat infamous Soho character in pre- and post-war London with his standard attire of cloak, cravat and wide-brimmed hat, that trademark crumpled cigarette dangling from his lips.