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Having a go at the Kaiser : a Welsh family at war

Author: Gethin Matthews
Publisher: Cardiff University of Wales Press [2018] © 2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Three brothers from Swansea who served in the First World War sent over a hundred letters to their family, providing a picture of what they thought and how their ideas evolved on a range of issues, dealing with such key concerns as identity and duty.
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Genre/Form: Erlebnisbericht
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gethin Matthews
ISBN: 9781786833471 1786833476 9781786833488 1786833484 9781786833495 1786833492 9781786833501 1786833506
OCLC Number: 1091671702
Description: X, 308 Seiten : Illustrationen, 2 Karten, 1 genealogische Tafel
Contents: Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgements; Illustrations; Abbreviations; 1: Introduction --
the Eustis family; the local community; the letters; 2: Richard and Gabriel, 1913-1915; 3: Richard Eustis in Egypt, 1916-February 1917; 4: Ivor Eustis at school, 1914-1916, and in north Wales, May-November 1916; 5: Gabriel Eustis aboard HMT Saxon, to February 1917; 6: Richard Eustis in Egypt, March 1917-January 1918; 7: Ivor Eustis in north Wales, 1917; 8: Richard Eustis in Palestine and Egypt, February 1918-June 1918. 9: Ivor Eustis on the Western Front, December 1917-September 191810: Gabriel Eustis aboard HMT Saxon, November 1917-October 1918; 11: Richard Eustis in Egypt, July 1918-November 1918; 12: Ivor Eustis in England and Wales, October-November 1918; 13: November 1918-January 1919; 14: Aftermath; 15: Patterns and perspectives; Appendix 1: List of all the extant letters and postcards sent by the Eustis brothers; Appendix 2: Servicemen from Mynyddbach/Tirdeunaw/Treboeth mentioned in the text; Appendix 3: Information on servicemen from other parts of Swansea and West Glamorgan mentioned in the text. Select bibliographyIndex; Back Cover.
Responsibility: Gethin Mathews.

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