“I feel one can say with some conviction that no man should willingly leave his home to fight, wound, maim or kill other men about whom he knows little and whom he certainly does not hate. When all men refuse to commit such follies the foundations of a true civilisation will have only just started to be laid.”
- Sam Sutcliffe, circa 1974 (extracted from War: The Somme, Part Five of this memoir)

Friday, 18 July 2014

Nobody Of Any Importance - New E-Book Coming Soon

FootSoldierSam's blog debut would just like to declare and hosanna that this is the cover of my late father's wonderful new WW1 e-autobiography, out within days, link to follow, all author royalties to the Red Cross in his honour.
Hear a living voice from the 1914-18 front line…

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