6 edition of Letters from the front, 1914-1918 found in the catalog.
Letters from the front, 1914-1918
|Statement||selected and edited by John Laffin.|
|LC Classifications||D640 .L14|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 135 p.|
|Number of Pages||135|
|LC Control Number||73162198|
Tommy book. Read 27 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. this superb and important book tells the story of an epic and terrible war through the letters, diaries and memories of those who fought it. The British Soldier on the Western Front Write a review. Caroline rated it it was amazing/5(27). Letters written from the English front in France between September and March — First published in Subjects Accessible book, World War, , .
From the build up at the beginning of the war until the immediate post-war reduction, Letters from the Front: Letters and Diaries from the BEF in Flanders and France is enlivened with fascinating details and makes a moving, entertaining and informative read. Wilbert's letters themselves only run until March of when he lost his life in a battle. (This book is one of five books in a series of war letters from ) The letters are so descriptive of the conditions that they faced, especially the constant rain and the knee-deep mud in the trenches in which they had to exist in on a daily s:
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Letters from the Front: Letters and Diaries from the BEF in Flanders and France, Paperback – Ma by Kevin Smith (Author) out of 5 stars 8 ratings. See all formats and editions. Hide other formats and editions.
Price/5(8). Letters from the front, ; [John Laffin] on Letters from the front shipping on qualifying by: 1. Similar to Letters From Iwo Jima and All Quiet On The Western Front, this book tells the story of young men from many nations thrown into the crucible of war, fighting not just to survive, but to understand what was happening to them and their comrades.
It tells it in the words of the soldiers themselves, in their letters home/5. Wilbert's letters themselves only run until March of when he lost his life in a battle. (This book is one of five books in a series of war letters from ) The letters are so descriptive of the conditions that they faced, especially the constant rain and the knee-deep mud in the trenches in which they had to exist in on a daily basis/5(83).
Lawrence Attwell was one of Letters from the front lucky ones, surviving over four years of trench warfare on the Western Front. During that time he had two short periods of leave. In his extraordinary series of letters to his family he graphically recounts what life was like for.
New Book. Delivered from our US warehouse in 10 to 14 business days. THIS BOOK IS PRINTED ON ished seller since Read PDF Letters from the Front Capt Palmer's Account of the Retreat from Mons Authored by Palmer, Capt William Llewellen Released at - Filesize: MB Reviews This book is very gripping and fascinating.
Letters From the Front: Letters and Diaries from the BEF in Flanders and France, : Kevin Smith: Books. Comment: Used, book has some minor scuffs to outer edges, cover has light scratches, book content is in like new condition.
1-Click ordering is not available for this s: 7. War Letters – is a series of ebooks that together tell a story of the First World War (WW1) through the words and letters of nine very different men who died in the conflict.
Each book is based on the letters of one individual. Read consecutively, the books tell a story of the war from its beginning to its end.
Letters from the First World War, 18 Trenches 4 Rations are not so good now (today’s dinner, Sunday, bully beef. The book even contains a fascinating letter from Japanese kamikaze pilot Captain Masanobu Kuno, who was killed onas part of an operation which caused 5, casualties.
Volume 2 of War Letters – is based on the First World War (WW1) letters of sixteen-year-old Royal Navy midshipman, Philip Malet de Carteret who sailed with HMS Canopus and includes his experience of Coronel, the Falklands and extensive time at the Dardanelles before he died in the Battle of Jutland.
It is available at Amazon for £ It is based on the letters of sixteen-year-old Philip Malet de Carteret, a midshipman with the Royal Navy who sailed with HMS Canopus during the First World War. As with all the books in the War Letters series, the letters are accompanied by extensive notes which add detail, context and colour.
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Letters Written From the English Front in France Between September and March by E Hulse is a collection of letters packed with incident and detail from a captain in the Scots Guards that cover the period from the retreat at Mons in August up to just before his death at the Battle of Neuve Chapelle, the same battle in which.
Wilbert's letters themselves only run until March of when he lost his life in a battle. (This book is one of five books in a series of war letters from ) The letters are so descriptive of the conditions that they faced, especially the constant rain and the knee-deep mud in the trenches in which they had to exist in on a daily basis/5(7).
Letters from the front. 57, Queenslanders served their country in the First World War from to These brave men and women, some of whom were just teenagers, wrote home about their experiences.
A heartfelt letter home from a weary soldier in a. LETTERS FROM THE FRONT by J. (edited.) Laffin - Hardcover - - from Paul Meekins Military & History Books (SKU: ) J.
Dent. Very Good in Good dust jacket. Voices and Images of the Great War: and frivolity and the stark contrast between attitudes of civilians at home and the men at the front.
Newspapers, magazines, letters, diaries, songs, poems, as well as a wealth of first-hand anecdotes and personal accounts by the soldiers themselves are included in this book.
What a great Reviews: Genre/Form: Personal narratives: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Laffin, John. Letters from the front, London, Dent, (OCoLC) World War, -- Australia. World War, -- Personal narratives, Australian. World War, -- Australia -- Correspondence.
Australian; Summary. A collection of letters from the many conflicts of WW1 sent to the families and friends of Daylesford district soldiers and which portrays their lives, hopes and aspirations.
The First World War on the Western Front (–) is still accorded a high degree of solemnity and reverence in Britain. To mention the names of the battlefields of the Somme, Passchendaele or Ieper (Ypres) is to evoke an image of blasted landscapes devoid of humanity and civilisation, industrialised warfare and mass death on an almost unimaginable .writing sooner.
A letter was often called a “favor.” For example, “thank you for your favor of the 14th. By the way, the current month was called the instant, or “inst.,” and the previous month was called the ultimo, or “ult.” In other words, in a business letter (not a letter to a relative) you.Abstract: Letters from the Front is an authentic account of World War One through the eyes of an ordinary soldier, the story of one man.
It seeks to add to our national consciousness of the immeasurable value and sacrifice of all those who have served our country, and our damaged heroes who survived, without in any way glorifying war.