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First World War Graves and Memorials in Gwent Ray Westlake

First World War Graves and Memorials in Gwent By Ray Westlake

First World War Graves and Memorials in Gwent by Ray Westlake


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First World War Graves and Memorials in Gwent: v. 1 by Ray Westlake

For publication in April 2001, this unique and carefully researched volume describes war graves and monuments in Gwent commemorating those who served and those who fell during the Great War 1914-1918. Each site is carefully reseatched, documented and described by the author, while details of individuals whose sacrifice was particularly noteworthy, are dealt with in the narrative. In this, the first of several volumes dealing with war graves and memorials within the county of Gwent, the author has recorded, in many cases for the first time, some 260 memorials and 414 war graves. The names of nearly 9,000 men and women, who served and in so many cases died during the First World War, are recorded. Each memorial is described, while inscriptions and dedications are fully detailed within the text. Some 120 photographs support this unique reference work.

About Ray Westlake

Ray Westlake was born in London in 1942. A member of the Military Historical Society since 1968, Ray has just completed his eighteenth year as a committee member. Ray has written what has become considered to be the definitive reference works on military badges and insignia, both being published by Pen & Sword Books Ltd. Ray is a member of the Western Front Association and has contributed numerous articles to military magazines and journals.

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GOR009178596
9781871647785
1871647789
First World War Graves and Memorials in Gwent: v. 1 by Ray Westlake
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Pen & Sword Books Ltd
2001-03-31
208
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