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Painted with Pride: The Forgotten Story of How One Woman Taught the Broken Men of WWI to Live Again
Painted with Pride: The Forgotten Story of How One Woman Taught the Broken Men of WWI to Live Again
by Malcolm Leary
Edition: Paperback

4.0 out of 5 stars ... woman's heroic efforts to address the casualties of the Great War, men left shattered in body and mind, 24 July 2016
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A moving and thought provoking book throwing light on a woman's heroic efforts to address the casualties of the Great War,men left shattered in body and mind.It is full of fascinating detail on its Sheffield setting,its post-war environment and the attitudes of the times.A good read in the age of "Help for Heroes".


Touched by Greatness: The Story of Tom Graveney, England's Much Loved Cricketer
Touched by Greatness: The Story of Tom Graveney, England's Much Loved Cricketer
by Andrew Murtagh
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £2.99

5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An entertaining,very readable story of the life of one of the greatest players of a wonderful game, 25 Mar. 2014
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This book is a fascinating revelation of the wider life of a wonderfully gifted player and of the challenges and obstacles he met and overcame in a long career,marked out by off-the-field controversy and on-the-field performance.One can recall the gifts,the performances, when Tom Graveney batted if one was lucky enough to see him play.This book not only tells of his achievements but does much to explain the controversy,the story behind the conflicts with lesser talents in the cricketing establishment which TG survived with such dignity.


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