Voices from War and Some Labour Struggles: Personal Recollections of War in Our Century by Scottish Men and Women
This is the latest in Ian MacDougall's acclaimed Voices From series and consists of personal accounts of war this century by Scots men and women. The voices are of both combatants and conscientious objectors.
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