By Christian Jennings
In this fast moving narrative of a 12 months at battle, veteran international correspondent and historian Christian Jennings presents an unheard of glance within those the most important, bloody battles, throughout the eyes of thirteen women and men from seven diverse nations, bringing heritage and battle to lifestyles during this unmissable book.
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