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Book Voices from the Front

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Peter Hart
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  • A book that rivals, and surpasses Max Arthur's Forgotten Voices. The author is oral historian at the Imperial War Museum and interviewed many of the men quoted in this book. He is also a noted historian of the Great War and has published many books on various aspects of the war. In Voices he tells the story of the war in the voices on the men who were there - the book is a great introductory history of the war as well as a poignant reminder of the war experienced by the men who fought it.

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  1. Bombardier
    "Excellent Book"
    Pros - Brings to life the horrors of this so called Great War, from the mouths of them that were there
    Cons - None I
    A really well produced book covering the misery suffered by these men, some of them ridiculously young, their description of the conditions and way of life in the trenches will astound you. I highly recommend you obtain a copy of this book it is well worth a read
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