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TO THE LAST MAN: SPRING 1918
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TO THE LAST MAN: SPRING 1918

by Lyn Macdonald

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9780140268409
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0140268405
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(Subject: World War I - Western Front) Poor. Marks on page edges,and top r/h corner of last 100 pages. showing signs of use but useful study copy. In early 1918, after months of stalemate, a massive German offensive broke the British line - & almost broke the British Army. This book captures the impact of that terrible assault, the long fighting retreat, the vital stand at Amiens which finally secured the line. Many of the troops, ordered to hold a position 'to the last man', were mere teenagers, who found courage in desperate situations in camaraderie, jokes & bravado. The result is a compelling picture of the human face of war. (Published: 1999) (Publisher: Penguin Books) (ISBN: 0140268405) (Pagination: 382pp, 17 maps Illustrations, bibliography, index) (Condition: ) UL-XXXXXX
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