Evans does a fine job of creating an unbiased account of the battle and putting it into the overall context of World War One. This is no mean feat.
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Containing more than images, Isle of Wight in the Great War, is described as an ideal read for military and social historians and a fitting testament to the courage and endurance of the Island's residents. He (the author) encapsulates well-known facts and little-known nuggets, including the claim the first Island casualty of war fell in the street outside the 29 High Street office of the County Press in Newport.
Isle of Wight County Press
A book detailing many touching personal details that emerged about Mole Valley families during the period.