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Dust By Kevin Marsh
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This is the story of a young, working class man almost invisible to history. He went to war in 1915. By the end of that year, nothing of him remained. Today, a few scraps of paper that are almost... More > dust are all that we have to try to find out about his short life.< Less
Their Duty Done - Forest Town and the Great War By Tim Priestley
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Forest Town in Nottinghamshire would send many of its men to war. This is the story of those who never returned.
The Parseval Airships By Alastair Reid
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This book tells the full story of the Parseval airships from their crude beginnings in Germany in 1906 to the massive PL 27 of 1917 and beyond. It includes hitherto unpublished material on all of the... More > British Parseval airships of the First World War. Using contemporary sources and rare original material, the scale of Germany's non rigid airship development programme is revealed for the first time in the English language. Lavishly illustrated throughout with often unique photographic material, this 460 page book is a must for the serious airship historian.< Less
FIVE MONTHS AT ANZAC By Colonel Joseph Beeston
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Gallipoli was to have been the second front during world war one. The idea was to “attack in the soft underbelly of Europe”. The Turkish had other ideas. They were ready. The attack was... More > pinned down to the beaches by heavy gunfire. Beeston presents his own personal account of this period while serving in the Commonwealth forces Anzac field ambulance division. . He describes the horrors of the period, but he also described vividly the unique camaraderie between men under these circumstances. Even in almost certain death there is a grime humour that can make living worthwhile.< Less
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Silent Night By Tony Bower
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A free verse story set in the trenches in World War One on Christmas Eve. Can a young soldier traumatised by the horrors of war find hope amongst the hellishness of the battlefield?
World War One: The Unheard Stories of Soldiers On the Western Front Battlefields - First World War Stories As Told By Those Who Fought By Various
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This collection of heroic soldier's stories relays sobering accounts of combat on the Western Front during the First World War. Evocative and vivid descriptions of the early stages of the conflict... More > populate these pages, from which the reader can gain lessons of the conditions of the stagnant front. Originally published in 1915, the set of tales within this book offer sobering accounts from various battlefields which took place during the early stages of the war. Although the war was not even halfway over by the time these stories found publication, the horrors of the conflict were already a fact of life, with casualties rapidly mounting on both sides. At that time public opinion hadn’t yet fully turned against the war, and in Britain – the nationality of all the soldiers here – the need for showing progress was essential to sustain civilian and military morale. This is Volume Two of the WW1 soldier stories series.< Less
Over There With Private Graham - The Compelling World War 1 Journal of an American Doughboy By Bruce A. Jarvis & C. Stephen Badgley
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A richly illustrated journal of an American Doughboy containing the most detailed, first-hand accounts ever found of American soldiers in WWI. This soldier's telling of his own remarkable experiences... More > plus previously unknown stories from other soldiers in the field, make this a real American treasure. A portion of this book was originally published under the title Hell's Observer. This work includes significant and previously undiscovered additional materials provided by family descendants to create a comprehensive narrative of Private Graham's experience from his enlistment in 1917 through his return home in 1919. This book gives readers an authentic and powerfully moving description of the horrific sights and emotions of Americans at war with the German “Hun” in the world’s first-ever global conflict.< Less
World War One: The Unheard Stories of Soldiers On the Western Front Battlefields - First World War Stories As Told By Those Who Fought By Various
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This collection of heroic soldier's stories relays sobering accounts of combat on the Western Front during the First World War. Evocative and vivid descriptions of the early stages of the conflict... More > populate these pages, from which the reader can gain lessons of the conditions of the stagnant front. Originally published in 1915, the set of tales within this book offer sobering accounts from various battlefields which took place during the early stages of the war. Although the war was not even halfway over by the time these stories found publication, the horrors of the conflict were already a fact of life, with casualties rapidly mounting on both sides. At that time public opinion hadn’t yet fully turned against the war, and in Britain – the nationality of all the soldiers here – the need for showing progress was essential to sustain civilian and military morale. All of the soldiers in these pages were already serving in their regiments, or had volunteered for service, when the war commenced.< Less
History Through the Eyes of the Living By Animas High School's Sophomore Class
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This book was compiled and written by Stephen Sellers’ 2015-2016 Sophomore Class as a part of the Poet Laureate Project. Each student was given the task of becoming a Poet Laureate for a... More > specific country, nation, or region involved in WW1, most of which were erased from standard history books. Each student was responsible for researching and selecting an event that was relevant to their country, nation, or region that took place within the general WW1 time frame. All poems written had to incorporate poetic form, rhyme, meter, and feet, along with having an essay to provide the historical context behind the event. In addition to students having the task of being Poet Laureates, each student was delegated a specific job in the creation and publication of History Through the Eyes of the Living. The entirety of this book was student created.< Less

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