Something slightly different this week: we look at the village of Bazentin-le-Petit on the Somme battlefields through the lens of three classic memoirs of the Great War. These include Robert Graves Goodbye To All That and Frank Richards Old Soldiers Never Die. How important are these WW1 memoirs and what do they tell us?
THE THREE BOOKS FEATURED:
Warrior by Graham Seton Hutchison (c.1930s) – there is no book image for this for Amazon but you can follow the link below.
Goodbye To All That by Robert Graves (various editions)
Old Soldiers Never Die by Frank Richards (various editions)