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Brave Lives (Hardback)

The Members and Staff of The Travellers Club who Fell in The Great War

Military > Biographies WWI

By Members of The Travellers Club
Imprint: Pen & Sword Military
Pages: 162
ISBN: 9781473895843
Published: 3rd October 2017



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Members of The Travellers Club, Pall Mall are constantly reminded of the 50 members and staff who died in service during the Great War by an imposing memorial which dominates the entrance to the Coffee Room.

The purpose of this commemorative volume is to go beyond the bare facts of name, rank, decorations and service details, incised in the cold marble, and to learn more about these men, their backgrounds and interests, the main events of their lives, and the circumstances of their deaths.

A worthy tribute. 8/10

The Great War magazine, May 2018

A set of beautiful photographs features in this wonderful team effort which can be recommended to anyone with an interest in the human experience of the First World War.

Read the complete review here.

Heathcliffe Bowen

As featured in 'reviews in brief'

WDYTYA? December 2017

About Members of The Travellers Club

This book is the result of a team effort with members of the club and descendants of the deceased ‘adopting a warrior’ and, under the guidance of an expert Editorial Board, researching and writing up their lives. Field Marshal Lord Bramall kindly agreed to be patron of the project, meeting with researchers and offering his advice and encouragement at every stage. John Martin Robinson has given a taste of his forthcoming bicentennial history of the club by writing about The Travellers at the time of the Great War.

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