Frank Richards was a private soldier with the 2nd Battalion Royal Welch Fusiliers, who enlisted before WW1 and served in India before being in one of the first fighting battalions... Read morePublished 1 day ago by notimetoulouse
Fabulous read for the enlightened WW1 enthusiast or just a casual reader.Published 2 months ago by MusicMad
One of the best personal memoirs of WW1. Interesting how the events described overlap with some of Sassoon's trilogy and JC Dunn's collection.Published 5 months ago by Micheal O'Connell
After reading Lynch's memoirs , I heard this book being read on local radio. If you appreciate that it's written using vocabulary from a different era and are not offended because... Read morePublished 5 months ago by G. D.
Only just started but very difficult to put down. Enthraling. Very good read. Written as it was.Published 6 months ago by MD
What an excellent book. Unlike the many contemporary accounts of the First World War written by officers, this one was penned by an ordinary foot soldier. Read morePublished 6 months ago by John Brain
A really interesting account about the Great War who spent all his time down in the mud of the Western Front. A real eye opener!Published 7 months ago by Hemisinus