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on 2 September 2010
I bought this book due to the fact that my Grandfather was in the 10th Battallion of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment and survived WW1 physically unharmed.From the little he told us it would appear that he spent a lot of time either filling soil bags or removing dead bodies and as a stretcher bearer. The book provided detailed accounts of the Officers view of the war and illustrated how much time Lander was away from his battallion . The fact that 43 Officers and over 600 men of this battallion lost their lives was not adequately portrayed. I found this book a usefull ,but not important, addition to the Regimental War Diary that is available from the National Archives.
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on 10 March 2013
Very enjoyable book written by a serving officer from 10th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment in WW1 on the Western Front.
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on 9 April 2012
The receipt of this item was well within the stated time. Excellent service. The book is exceptionally well written with a host of informaton
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on 26 December 2015
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