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Great Britain's Great War: A Sympathetic History of Our Gravest Folly | Hardback

Released on 03 October 2013

Author: Jeremy Paxman | Format: Hardback

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Using a wealth of source material, this title brings vividly to life the day-to-day experience of the British over the entire course of the war, from politicians, newspapermen, campaigners and Generals, to Tommies, factory workers, nurses, wives and children, capturing the whole mood and morale of the nation.

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An easy read with enough humour to lighten the mood of a difficult subject. This should be mandatory reading for all, not just for those students of the First World War. I now know more about this cataclysmic event in recent history than I ever learnt in my "O" Level history course fifty years ago. Well done, Mr Paxman.

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AuthorJeremy Paxman
PublisherPenguin Books Ltd (GB)
Year2013
ISBN9780670919611
FormatHardback - 368 Pages
Illustrationsillustrations (black and white), map (black and white)