FROMELLES 1916--NO FINER COURAGE: The Loss of an English Village
No community in Britain escaped the carnage of WWI. The Lee, a village in Buckinghamshire, was no different. Sir Arthur Liberty owned the village, and introduced The Lee Magazine, which recorded the effects of war on the community. The author draws on the full run of the magazine as well as archival materials to present a complete portrait of village life during the war. Illus.
Publisher: Pen & Sword
Item #: 6819214
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