MEMOIRS OF A RIFLEMAN SCOUT
This volume is made up from Major Crum's extensive diaries and letters to family and friends, detailing the development of sniping in the British Army in the First World War. Crum's involvement in the Boy Scout movement is also a fascinating account of that organization's origins, showing what the true motives behind its foundations were. Photos.
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