Uncovers the hidden stories behind the men who went to war, from fighting in Crimea to present-day conflicts, exposing the terrifying experiences faced by wives who followed their husbands to the front, struggled to survive in far-flung parts of the Empire, or waited anxiously at home. 16 pages of photos, many in color.
Item #: 1909398
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