Forgotten Voices of the Great War

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Forgotten Voices of the Great War
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Author Max Arthur
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Series Forgotten Voices
Subject History
Genre Non-fiction
Publisher Ebury Press
Publication date
Media type Print (hardcover and paperback), audiobook
Pages 352
ISBN 0-09-188209-5
OCLC 789734463
Followed by Forgotten Voices of the Blitz and the Battle of Britain

Forgotten Voices of the Great War is a collection of interviews with people who lived through the First World War. The book is part of the Imperial War Museum's oral archive.

Author Max Arthur puts the interviews into chronological and campaign order, and provides some context about the events that surround the memories. The book includes testimonies from Harry Patch, Philip Neame, Horace Birks, Edmund Blunden, Douglas Wimberley, Mabel Lethbridge, Reginald Leonard Haine, Edward Spears, Godfrey Buxton, Henry Williamson, Tom Adlam, Cecil Arthur Lewis, Montagu Cleeve, Charles Carrington, Keith Officer and Norman Demuth.

This book has also been dramatised for the stage by the playwright Malcolm McKay.

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