Originally published, New York: Minton, Balch, 1930.
|Statement||by Charles Edmonds ; preface by Charles Edmund Carrington.|
|Series||World affairs : national and international viewpoints, World affairs|
A subaltern's war Unknown Binding – January 1, by Charles Edmund Carrington (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Charles Edmund Carrington. Hi, I recently read the book A subalterns war by Charles Edmonds, he states all the names, including his, have been changed. Does anybody know his true name, the Bn was the 1/5th Royal warwicks. The copy i have is a edition dedicated to Pvt J P Bradley KIA - the CWGC gives date of death as 4. A subaltern's war, (Soldiers' tales) Unknown Binding – January 1, by Charles Edmund Carrington (Author)Author: Charles Edmund Carrington. Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t07x1mx06 Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet Archive Python library dev4.
Get this from a library! A subaltern's war, being a memoir of the great war from the point of view of a romantic young man, with candid accounts of two particular battles, written shortly after they occured, and an essay on militarism,. [Charles Carrington]. A Subaltern's War describes Carrington's experiences on the Western Front, but Soldier froim the Wars Returning was written in the s and is much more reflective and, indeed, informative. Get this from a library! A subaltern's war, being a memoir of the great war from the point of view of a romantic young man: with candid accounts of two particular battles, written shortly after they occurred, and an essay on militarism. [Charles Carrington]. Subaltern's war, being a memoir of the great war from the point of view of a romantic young man. New York, Arno Press, [©] (OCoLC) Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles Carrington.
"A Subaltern's War" was written 10 years after the First World War ended from notes made by the author at the time. The author has tried to look back at the war and describe the feelings he experienced at the time as a young man, rather than revisiting the events at a later time like the majority of books written after the War/5(3). London: Icon Books, VG, Edgewear, creases, ink name, bookplate, browning. Author's account of his experiences in the First World War. With preface dated Map of The Somme Battlefield at front and The Ypres Salient at rear. pages. Photo on request.. First Icon Books Edition. Mass Market Edition: First Icon Books Edition. He wrote a series of articles for Blackwood's Magazine on his Peninsular War experiences; they were collected into a book, published in as The Subaltern. In he authored an account of his experiences in the USA as The Campaigns of the British Army at Washington and New Orleans under Generals Ross, Pakenham and Lambert/5. A Subaltern's War, being a Memoir of the Great War from the Point of View of a Romantic Young Man, with Candid Accounts of Two Particular Battles, written shortly after they occurred, and an Essay on Militarism. CARRINGTON, Charles (under the name Charles Edmunds). Published by Peter Davies, London. ().