Paperback | 48 pages | 150 x 120mm
Publication August 2014 | ISBN 9781905582907
Author Nick Shepley provides a brief introduction to Welsh involvement in the Great War. Divided into ten sections, the book engages with some of the main areas of the conflict, offering a summary of each major event or issue and relating it to a particular region, town, village or individual within Wales. Written by a knowledgeable and successful history teacher this book is sure to provide a useful starting point for anyone wanting to find out more about Wales and the First World War.
- Kitchener’s Army and the (38th) Welsh Division
- Training at Etaples
- Trench Life
- No Man’s Land
- The Somme and the rise of Lloyd George
- Mesopotamia and the Middle East
- 1917: The Year of Crisis
- 1918: The Ludendorff Offensive and the Hundred Days
Published August 2014
Wales and the First World War is a pocket book written by history expert and teacher, Nick Shepley. It gives insight into Welsh life during the war, both at home and on the front lines. This pocket book is packed with incredible details and images provided by the Imperial War Museum.