What Tommy took to war : 1914-1918 /
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|Anderson - Anderson Main Library||355 Doyle Peter (Text)||22960000840230||Adult Non-Fiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 0747814031 :
- ISBN: 9780747814030 :
120 pages : color illustrations ; 15 cm
- Publisher: Oxford, United Kingdom : Shire Publications, 2014.
|General Note:||Includes index.|
|Summary, etc.:||"On the centenary of the Great War comes this poignant look at fifty objects never far from Tommy's side--official uniform, good-luck charms, phrasebooks, a sweetheart's letter--some unexpected and others more familiar. With sumptuous original photography and thoughtful text, this is life as the ordinary First World War soldier knew it."--Back cover.|
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|Subject:||Great Britain. -- Army -- Military life
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Peter Doyle is a scientist, military historian and author. His previous books for Shire include The British Soldier of the First World War and First World War Britain. He lives in Great Britain.