The Complete Baby Father

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Therefore when the men of the sixteen British divisions (four regular, four territorial and eight Kitchener’s ‘new army’) went over the top on 1 July 1916, they were confronted, not by a handful of shell-shocked survivors, but by six well-prepared German divisions. Traill, vicar of the parish (and whose humanity at the present moment is beyond all praise), we witnessed almost indescribable in-door horrors. The House of Commons sits each week day for about half of the weeks of the year.

Pages: 538

Publisher: Xpress (January 7, 2004)

ISBN: 1874509913

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The search for Galina

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