Squeezing in reading time while the beijing olympics were on it was a wondrous contrast to be wandering in the world war i footsteps of private edward lynch of the australian imperial force. The book i read to research this post was in the footsteps of private lynch by will davies which is a very good book which i bought from a car boot sale this book was published in 2009 and came about because the auhor saw a manuscript written by private lynch who died in 1980 about his experiences in the trenches in world war 1. Far from being in the footsteps of private lynch we are served a rehash of material from other sources which is quite unnecessary and in terms of this book often irrelevant the book has been poorly edited leading to much repetition and making the readers task ever more difficult. Private edward lynchs personal account of the war in the trenches has since become a classic this companion volume is a fascinating contextual history of the war in france as experienced by an eighteen year old soldier and his comrades. Get this from a library in the footsteps of private lynch l will davies when war was declared in early august 1914 edward francis lynch was just sixteen and still at school but like a generation of young males in australia there was something to prove and a need to
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