As New. No Jacket. 235 p.; includes introductory notes to the 1999 edition, photos, and maps. Ttrade paper; As New condition. Originally published in 1927. James Henry Pedley was a young lieutenant with the Canadian Expeditionary Force of WWI. His memoir reflects both his pride in his Battalion and his frustration with the war machine; he came home both a cynic and a war hero. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall.
Illustrated by B&W Frontispiece. Near Fine. 1896979262. Only slight wear to card covers; A bright, solid book; Maps and B&W photos; 9 X 6 X 0.70 inches; 235 pages; ". a memoir of Lieutenant James Pedley of the 4th Canadian Infantry Battalion. He fought in France 1917-19, was wounded and was awarded the Military Cross. Pedley joined the Battalion shortly after Passchendaele and served valiantly in the numerous actions which followed.
As New. Fine new trade size soft cover tight and square unmarked and uncreased. "James Pedley served as a Lieutenant in the 4th Canadian Infantry from late 1917 to the end of the war. He was wounded at Amiens and awarded a Military Cross in the same action. Originally published in 1927, the book is unique in its detail about life behind the lines, and the infighting in a battalion. His descriptions of his trench tours at Lens, Hill 70, the Quarry, Telegraph Hill, and Feuchy are without comparison." 235pp f/--
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