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The Battle for Wormhout and the War Crimes committed by the Leibstandarte S.S. Adolf Hitler at Esquelbecq -Ledringhem-Wormhout

£45.00

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There is some shelf wear to the photographic boards otherwise this is a bright clean copy with a firm binding. 'The Forgotten Massacre' has been translated from the French by Shirley Wallis at the request of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers. It is a memorial of the soldiers of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment and others who gave their lives in the action described in the book. The original was published in French by Guy Rommelaere, Deputy Mayor of Esquelbecq and local historian, to raise funds for the purchase and embellishment of the memorial site which was then under threat of development. This translation is of the French 2nd Edition of 2001 containing much supplementary material.

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Author(s):
Guy Rommelaere
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
166

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There is some shelf wear to the photographic boards otherwise this is a bright clean copy with a firm binding. 'The Forgotten Massacre' has been translated from the French by Shirley Wallis at the request of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers. It is a memorial of the soldiers of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment and others who gave their lives in the action described in the book. The original was published in French by Guy Rommelaere, Deputy Mayor of Esquelbecq and local historian, to raise funds for the purchase and embellishment of the memorial site which was then under threat of development. This translation is of the French 2nd Edition of 2001 containing much supplementary material.

Author(s):
Guy Rommelaere
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
166

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