First Day on the Somme

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  • ENGLISH

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  • 384

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  • 9780140171341

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  • 13 mm

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  • 1 mm

    Height
  • 290 gram

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  • PAPERBACK

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  • 7 JULY 1992

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    On 1 July, 1916, a continuous line of British soldiers climbed out from the trenches of the Somme into No Mans Land and began to walk steadily towards dug-in German troops armed with machine-guns and defended by thick barbed wire. By the end of that day, as old tactics were met by the reality of modern warfare, there had been more than 60,000 British casualties - a third On 1 July, 1916, a continuous line of British soldiers climbed out from the trenches of the Somme into No Mans Land and began to walk steadily towards dug-in German troops armed...  Read More

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    Martin Middlebrook

    Martin Middlebrook (born 1932) is a British military historian and Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. Appointed Knight of the Order of the Belgian Crown in 2004.

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