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Following on from the bestselling Forgotten Voices of the Great War, Max Arthur found and interviewed the last twenty-one British veterans of the First World War.
The oldest of these men is 110, the youngest 105. In their own words they describe the extraordinary changes which have occurred during their lifetimes. The words of these men speak for an entire generation.
When they die, our final human connection with the First World War will be broken: after this book, we will have only recordings or diaries. We will never be able to ask a question of someone who was there.
About the Author
Max Arthur is a skilled interviewer who has written oral histories of the RAF and Royal Navy during the Second World War as well as the Falklands conflict. Forgotten Voices of the Great War was a Sunday Times bestseller both in hardback and paperback.
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'Nostalic photographs add to the book's flavour, lighting up a time when generations predating the modern, pervasie 'me' culture lived and worked for each other.' TRIBUNE "For their devotion to King and Country and for Mr Arthur's work we should all be grateful" CONTEMPORARY REVIEW "one you will want to add to your collection" THE GREAT WAR
Published: 14th September 2006
Dimensions (cm): 19.7 x 12.9 x 2.2
Weight (kg): 0.285