7 edition of No finer courage found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 234-236) and index.
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No finer courage: a village in the great war. [Michael Senior] -- History tells us that no community in Britain escaped the carnage of World War I. The Lee - a village in Buckinghamshire - was certainly no different. Michael Senior's narrative interweaves everyday.
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