Visiting the Great War Battlefields : Commemorating the Great War 100 Years on
There is no better way to experience the devastating effect the Great War had on Europe and history than visiting the battlefields themselves. Each year millions of Britons travel to the battlefields to experience first hand the battlefields and cemeteries of the Great War. There are a number of tour companies who provide a full battlefield tour service but millions more prefer to travel alone. To get the best from a battlefield tour, it is vital to know what to see, how to get there and where to stay and this bookazine will be invaluable for any battlefield visitor. Visiting the Battlefields of the Great War will also contain details of the major battles, the men who fought in them and the outcome. It will be highly illustrated with many contemporary and modern day maps so its easy to see what happened where and how to find these sites now. This bookazine will have huge appeal to anyone planning a battlefield visit to either commemorate the anniversary or trace an ancestors grave.
- Paperback | 120 pages
- 210 x 297mm
- 19 Jan 2015
- Pen & Sword Books Ltd
- Barnsley, United Kingdom
- Illustrated in colour
Contributions from a number of well known battlefield authors and guides including Tonie and Valmai Holt, Jon Cooksey, Nigel Cave and Paul Reed.