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The issue of military executions during the war has always been controversial and embargoes have made it difficult for researchers to get at the truth. Now these two writers give us a vast amount of information. They show that trials were grossly unfair and incompetent. Many of the condemned men had been soldiers of exemplary behaviour, courage and leadership but had cracked under the dreadful strain of trench warfare. This acclaimed book is the authority on this shameful saga.
|Publication date:||16th March 1998|
|Author:||Julian Putkowski, Julian Sykes|
|Publisher:||Pen & Sword Books Ltd|
|Categories:||First World War, War & defence operations,|