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The Great War Handbook free pdf Geoff Bridger's Great War Handbook answers many of the basic questions newcomers ask when confronted by this enormous and challenging subject - not only what happened and why, but what was the Great War like for ordinary soldiers who were caught up in it. He describes the conditions the soldiers endured, the deadly risks they ran, their daily routines and the small roles they played in the complex military machine they were part of. His comprehensive survey of every aspect of the soldier's life, from recruitment and training, through the experience of battle and its appalling aftermath, is an essential guide for students, family historians, teachers and anyone who is eager to gain an all-round understanding of the nature of the conflict.

About Geoff Bridge

Geoff Bridger has established a wide reputation as a leading authority on the Great War. He has made a particular study of army life and the experience of the ordinary soldier during the conflict, and is well known for his lectures on the subject. He was chairman of the Sussex branch of the Western Front Association and has published books and articles on different aspects of Great War history. He is the editor of the widely acclaimed Soldiers Died in the Great War, CD ROM containing over 700,000 records.

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Author : Geoff Bridge
Publisher : Pen
Data Published : 17 October 2013
ISBN : 1783461764
EAN : 9781783461769
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 240 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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