Forgotten Voices of the Great War

Forgotten Voices of the Great War (written work, Memoir/autobiography)

Listening experiences

1401957857138: War had been declared, and the following Sunday I ...

1401982110229: Well, we had a friend in Canada who had enlisted o...

1401982684275: It was not just a sudden decision that I made to j...

1401983029398: My memories are those of a child of course. I was ...

1401983382342: We had been on holiday in France for ten days. Alt...

1401983723511: I was in Brussels, and at an age when all events s...

1401984378472: ...I stood with the others on the quay at Boulogne...

1401985134651: On the 19th of December 1914 the Brigade was order...

1401985775565: After the 19th December attack, we were back in th...

1402054099084: I'd never been in a factory before, but the crisis...

1402054508168: The day would start about half an hour before dayb...

1402054879496: Every Sunday we used to try and have a service on ...

1402055225304: We officers were living in a marvellous chateau fi...

1402055582145: From a practical point of view there was no religi...

1402055907558: Schooldays were very different once the war had st...

1402065937813: We went ... to a place near Arras to have a rest. ...

1402067001765: Apart from a bit of gratified conceit, I did reali...

published in

2002

editor/compiler

Max Arthur

publisher

Ebury Press

includes
Cite as Max Arthur (ed.), Forgotten Voices of the Great War (London, 2002)
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