Testament of Youth An Autobiographical Study of the Years 1900-1925
by Brittain, Vera
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Madison, New Jersey, United States
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London: Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1935. 659pp. Red Cloth. Black lettering. Fraying to the spine edges, even toning to the pages, hinges are excellent. "Vera Brittain lost her fiance, brother and two closest male friends in the first world war. She wrote Testament of Youth as a cry of outrage and agony, so that the futility of their deaths would be remembered. Eighty years on, it remains one of the most powerful and widely read war memoirs of all time". Ninth Impression. Hardcover. Good/No DJ. Octavo.
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- Brittain, Vera
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- Ninth Impression
- Victor Gollancz Ltd.
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- Memoir Autobiography World War I Pacifism Loss
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