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Hard as Nails!: The Home Guard in Falkirk District

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Hard as Nails!: The Home Guard in Falkirk District

"Geoff Bailey has scoured the written sources both local and national and spoken to hundreds of participants preparing this vivid account of the local Home Guard, 'hard as nails' in the words of one local who observed them at close quarters. Illustrated with nearly 200 photographs, maps and drawings this is the first authoritative history of this key period in the life of Falkirk district as well as a trip down memory lane for thos who lived through such stirring times."

In fine condition; slight stain to top edge.

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Author(s):
Bailey, Geoff
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
2008
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0956048005
ISBN-13:
9780956048004
Number of pages:
295
Publisher:
Falkirk Local History Society

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Hard as Nails!: The Home Guard in Falkirk District

"Geoff Bailey has scoured the written sources both local and national and spoken to hundreds of participants preparing this vivid account of the local Home Guard, 'hard as nails' in the words of one local who observed them at close quarters. Illustrated with nearly 200 photographs, maps and drawings this is the first authoritative history of this key period in the life of Falkirk district as well as a trip down memory lane for thos who lived through such stirring times."

In fine condition; slight stain to top edge.

Author(s):
Bailey, Geoff
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
2008
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0956048005
ISBN-13:
9780956048004
Number of pages:
295
Publisher:
Falkirk Local History Society

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