Trapped Behind Enemy Lines
Accounts of British Soldiers and their Protectors in The Great War
Imprint: Pen and Sword Military Classics
176 Pages, 6.1 x 9.1 in, 16 pages of black and white plates
- June 2022
- In Stock
- January 2016
- Out of print. Available in Digital Formats at the links below.
After the war he speedily returns from captivity in Germany, via Scotland to France and marries his sweetheart, but life remains hard in the war ravaged country. This extraordinary story was only revealed by a British journalist in 1927. The Daily Telegraph readers response was overwhelming and culminated in our French heroines being feted on a lavish visit to Londons Mansion House and an audience with the King, Queen, Prince of Wales and a three year old Princess Elizabeth.
Trapped Behind Enemy Lines covers an aspect of The Great War that has been overlooked. It will be of interest to those who love intrigue, adventure, love and betrayal.