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The stark truth is that Denzil Heriz-Smith, former pupil and Head Boy of Bedford School, died of his wounds on 17th February 1917 at Boom Ravine on the Somme. Covering the period 1910-1917, this book describes the life of a man growing up against the increasing international tension, showing how the Great War shattered the lives of a generation.
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Tim Machin taught History and Politics at Bedford School over 3 decades. He was an Open Scholar in Modern History at St Edmund Hall, Oxford. Recently retired, he has been working on the diaries that are the basis of this book, and has just started work on another project to do with the 1st World War.His wider interests are cricket, hockey and jazz.
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Book Description Matador 2007, 2007. Condition: New. New paperback. Fine and unread. Seller Inventory # A92068