“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 his Memoir)

Books available: the collected writings of FootSoldierSam

Available as paperback and e-book
Nobody Of Any Importance: A Foot Soldier's Memoir Of World War 1
Sam Sutcliffe
In stock 


Direct from the author's son, Phil.
Price: £10 paperback, £5 e-book (or equivalent in
other currencies).
REVIEWS for Memoir & excerpts here, here and here.

  

Available as an e-book
Gallipoli:
A Foot Soldier's First Battle
September 1915-
January 1916,
Suvla Bay and V Beach
Sam Sutcliffe
An e-episode from the full Memoir
Paypal. Amazon. Price: £1 (or equivalent in other currencies).
                                                   


Available as an e-book
The Somme:
Through The Eyes Of A Foot Soldier Who Survived The Battlefield
Sam Sutcliffe
An e-episode from the full Memoir
Price: £1 (or equivalent in other currencies)


Available as an e-book
A Foot Soldier's War –
The Survivor
Arras: The fight to the last bullet…
The starving POW…
The long walk home…
The peace begins
December 1917-July 1919
Sam Sutcliffe
An e-episode from the full Memoir
Price: £1 (or equivalent in other currencies)

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