Forgotten Voices of the Great War: A New History of WWI in the Words of the Men and Women Who Were There (Forgotten Voices/the Great War)
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In 1960, the Imperial War Museum began a momentous and important task. A team of academics, archivists and volunteers set about tracing WW1 veterans and interviewing them at lenght in order to record the experiences of ordinary individuals in war. Now, forty years on, the resulting book is an important, unique and compelling story of WW1.
|Number Of Pages||326|
|Item Height||36 mm|
|Item Width||158 mm|
|Item Weight||738 Gram|
|Product Dimensions||158 x 36 x 234|
|Format||Hardcover | 326|
|Prizes||Shortlisted for WH Smith Book Awards (General Knowledge) 2003.|
A landmark book using unique Imperial War Museum archive material, in which the story of WWI is told in the words of the men who were there. Destined to become one of the non-fiction reads of 2002 and a classic for years to come.