First Ypres 1914: The graveyard of the Old Contemptibles (Campaign) Paperback – 27 Nov 1998
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About the Author
David Lomas is the pen name of Deborah Lake who currently lives and works in Northumberland.
Ed Dovey has been a military illustrator for a number of years and has worked on Osprey titles such as Campaign 49 Mons 1914. He is well known and much admired for his work in Military Illustrated magazine.
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The book made it clear what happened during the 1st battle and we used it to do a cycle tour of the historic places of interest.
Since our visit I have bought Major Holt's book and map, during 2010 we will re-visit Ypres for our second visit to dig a bit deeper into the area.
If you are going to Ypres and are interested in WW1 I recommend this book, it contains many photos, battle maps and essential information.
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