Soldiers' Stories of the War by Walter Wood and A. C. Michael

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Editor Wood, Walter, 1866-1961
Illustrator Michael, A. C. (Arthur C.)
Title Soldiers' Stories of the War
Contents Mon and the Great Retreat / Private J. Parkinson, 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders -- German atrocities / Driver G. Blow, Royal Field Artillery -- "Greenjackets" in the firing line / Rifleman R. Brice, King's Royal Rifle Corps -- The struggle on the Aisne / Private Herbert Page, Coldstream Guards -- "The most critical day of all" / Corporal F. W. Holmes, V.C., M.M., 2nd Battalion King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry -- British fighters in French forts / Private J. Boyers, Durham Light Infantry -- German treachery and hatred / Corporal W. Bratby, Middlesex Regiment -- Life in the trenches / Private G. Townsend, 2nd Battalion East Lancashire Regiment -- Sapping and mining: the "Lucky Company" / Sapper William Bell, Royal Engineers -- L Battery's heroic stand / Gunner H. Darbyshire, Royal Horse Artillery -- Sixteen weeks of fighting / Private B. Montgomery, Royal West Kent Regiment -- A daisy-chain of bandoliers / Private W. H. Cooperwaite, Durham Light Infantry. -- Despatch-riding / Corporal Hedley G. Browne, Royal Engineers -- The three torpedoed cruisers / Able-Seaman C. C. Nurse -- The runaway raiders / Sapper W. Hall, Royal Engineers -- Campaigning with the Highlanders / Private A. Veness, 2nd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders -- Transport-driving / Private James Roache, Army Service Corps -- British gunners as cave-dwellers / Corporal E. H. Bean, Royal Field Artillery -- With the "Fighting Fifth" / Private W. G. Long, 1st Battalion East Surrey Regiment -- The victory of the Marne / Corporal G. Gilliam, Coldstream Guards -- An armoured car in ambush / Trooper Stanley Dodds, Northumberland Hussars -- Exploits of the London Scottish / Private J. E. Carr, 14th (County of London) Battalion London Regiment (London Scottish) -- The rout of the Prussian Guard at Ypres / Private H. J. Polley, 2nd Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment -- The British victory at Neuve Chapelle / Sergeant Gilliam, Coldstream Guards.
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Language English
LoC Class D501: History: General and Eastern Hemisphere: World War I (1914-1918)
Subject World War, 1914-1918 -- Personal narratives, British
Category Text
EBook-No. 52201
Release Date
Most Recently Updated Jan 24, 2021
Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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