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Flesh Wounds By David Holbrook

Flesh Wounds by David Holbrook

Condition - Very Good
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Flesh wounds

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Flesh Wounds by David Holbrook

Follows a young Cambridge undergraduate from his call-up in 1942, through training as a tank officer, the landings in Normandy, and his command of a Sherman tank in the vicious post - D-Day battles to his eventual return. This work gives an first-hand account of the effect of military service, culminating in battle, death and injury.

About David Holbrook

David Holbrook was born in 1923, educated in Norwich and at Cambridge, and from 1942 to 1945 served as an officer in an armoured yeomanry regiment. His many writings include books on English teaching, novels, poetry, and studies in philosophy, literature and music. He is Fellow and Director of English Studies at Downing College, Cambridge, where he lives.

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Flesh Wounds by David Holbrook
Used - Very Good
The History Press Ltd
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