I Still Remember Their Faces Now

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    I Still Remember Their Faces Now is the extraordinary account of one man's life at war. Told through the eyes of Sergeant S. Eveleigh MM, a Lewis Gunner with the 16th London Queen's Westminster Rifles, this intimate diary narrates the daily toil of life on the Western front. Graphic, violent, disturbing and often heart-warming, too, this first-hand account is a must read for anyone interested in the First World War.

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    Number of Pages: 184
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781908336606
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    Listed in: History
    Publisher: Tommies Guides

    Books by Sidney Eveleigh

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    RRP: £12.99

    Total: £9.59

    Save: £3.40 per copy!

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