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The heartbreaking story of the boys, some as young as twelve, who fought and died in the trenches of the First World War, completely revised and updated in this new edition.
I knew of the boy soldiers and had read many years ago the recollections of George Coppard, a relative of the writer of the same surname. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Gerald L
Having read many ww1 books I didn't realise the number of underage soldiers involved until I read this book really enjoyed it,would defiantly recommend it.Published 29 days ago by W.wales
The military historian Richard van Emden, b. 1965, has written many books on the Great War; this one, originally published in 2005, was completely revised with an additional 10,000... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dr R
I bought this as a Christmas present for someone who is interested in WW1 and it was well received.Published 5 months ago by M. Cox
learnt a lot about these very brave boys,we should remember the debt we owe them.this book and others like them should be compulsery reading for the youth of todayPublished 6 months ago by J. H. Derrick
Excellent reading enjoyed both books would certainly read further books by this AuthorPublished 7 months ago by Barrie Paddon
Very interesting,good background for those with interest in WW1history.Published 8 months ago by Brian Harper
This book is a must for all First World War readers.
Well written,very factual and very well researched. Read more