Harry's War: Experiences in the 'Suicide Club' in World War One

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Destined to be a star amongst memoirs of simple soldiers of the front line, Harry's War will astonish, chill, enrich and educate the mind of every reader; the text and paintings were not discovered until after his death. Harry volunteered for war and was, and had no desire to be a hero, but his daily battle duties entailed remarkable nerve and bravery. Not only did he volunteer for war, he chose to be trained as a 'bomber' and, by so doing, joined the 'suicide club' so termed because of the minimal life expectancy of those ...

Harry's War: Experiences in the 'Suicide Club' in World War One 2003, Potomac Books, London

ISBN-13: 9781857533170

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