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First World War: The Scottish Soldier's Story

Research output: Book/ReportBook

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The Courier, Derek John Patrick

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Abstract

Far from ‘being over by Christmas’, the First World War raged on for five years, and The Soldier’s Story is a commemoration of all the soldiers, sailors, airmen and nurses who played their part in the conflict, many of whom paid the ultimate sacrifice - with their lives. The 150-page book - a collection of soldiers’ stories, battle accounts and poignant memories from The Courier’s special commemorative supplements - also honours the men, women and children on the home front, as well as the animals who also paid their part in the Great War.
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Original languageEnglish
Number of pages150
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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