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Salient Points Ypres Sector, 1914-18 by Tony Spagnoly, Ted Smith

Salient Points Ypres Sector, 1914-18


Part of the Cameos of the Western Front S. Series


Salient Points Ypres Sector, 1914-18 by Tony Spagnoly, Ted Smith

Another group of stories in the Salient Points series. A collection of stories of men, their units and the actions they took part in during the conflict of 1914-1918, together with stories other points of interest along the old Western Front. Each story is supported with photographs and maps showing the area of the action as it was then, and is today. The content feature-titles are: The Black Watch; Lord Worsley at Zandvoorde; The 1st Battalion Royal Welch Fusiliers at Zandvoorde; The Worcesters and the Welsh at Gheluvelt in 1914; The Youngest Soldier; Major Lanoe Hawker at Abeele Aerodrome; 16th Battalion (The Canadian Scottish) at Kichener Wood; Pond Farm; Fray Bentos at Hill 35; The Liverpool Irish at Schuler Galleries; The O'Donnell Twins; New Zealand at the village of Messines; Reconciliation at Broodseinde.

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Publication date

12th January 1998


Tony Spagnoly, Ted Smith

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Pen & Sword Books Ltd


144 pages


General & world history
First World War
European history



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