Passchendaele The Sacrificial Ground

By: Nigel Steel, Peter Hart

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351 crisp white pp, 750g packed for post to you - Dramatic and filled with horror, the clash at Passchendaele Ridge was one of World War One's bloodiest. After years of stalemate, the British and French armies launched a massive offensive, only to find themselves literally bogged down in low ground that had turned into a quagmire. By battle's end, over 300,000 Allied and 260,000 German soldiers had perished. Includes a wealth of previously unpublished testimonies from the Imperial War museum. review >>>> The authors simply present the facts and allow you, the reader, to determine who may be at fault for the loss of so many innocent lives. and an extract >>> . . . we must all have been deafened by the noise. I looked at Herbert, I could see his lips move - I shouted but I couldn't hear myself at all. I wanted to tell him that we would keep together so I grabbed his hand and we went over together as we had gone to Sunday School - hand in hand." - Private Alfred Warsop, 1st Battalion, Sherwood Foresters.

Title: Passchendaele The Sacrificial Ground

Author Name: Nigel Steel, Peter Hart

Categories: - WORLD WAR I, WEAPONS, FIREARMS, WAR, MILITARY, BIOGRAPHIES, AUTOBIOGRAPHIES, MEMOIRS, HISTORY,

Publisher: UK, Cassell Military: 2007

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Excellent

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Size: 24cm

Seller ID: 010592

Keywords: Stweel Hart War One Passchendaele,