"After the Great War of 1914-19 many bereaved families and friends erected private memorials to their loved ones. In the main these were at home, often in church or school, factory or barracks. But a number were actually on the battefields of France and Flanders....In 1991 the Western Front Association adopted a policy of helping to restore existing memorials rather than building new ones. Under this policy we decided to try to record and preserve the remaining British and Empire isolated private memorials and graves on the Western Front...The purpose of this guide is to help visitors find these memorials, to tell the story of each one and to encourage anyone finding anything wrong to report it without delay." Pp.118, signed by the author to front free endpaper, occasional black & white photos and small line maps, maps to inside front and rear cover. Paperback. VG.
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