The account of a Suffolk family from Woolpit and two of its sons; - one from England and the other from New Zealand. One would experience the plight of those at Gallipoli, Egypt, and in Palestine, while the other would have his destiny played out on the Western Front in France. This is a true story that covers hardship and sacrifice; from prison hulks on the Thames to the vagaries of WW1 at sea, on the ground, and in the air. It takes the reader on the journeys of New Zealand's hospital ships, to air attacks at Gallipoli, and Zeppelins over England; from U boats and disaster at sea, to the horrors of the battle of the Somme. It was a time when love, hardship and duty were forged together with the fighting of a war that was supposedly the aWar to End all Wars'.He guessed they must be married by now, with his brother in a#39;boot campa#39;. It brought a ... to victory. For the patients, personnel and crew of HZHS No1 Maheno they were reunited again with a land they had all cherished and had missed dearly.
|Title||:||The Baker Boys|
|Author||:||Clinton Mhic Aonghais|
|Publisher||:||Trafford Publishing - 2014-11-26|