With the Rank and Pay of a Sapper deserves a very high ranking among he histories of small units at war. It does not rest merely on the testimony of a single individual but combines letters, diaries and memories from a variety of members of the 216th Royal Engineer Company.
The result is a fascinating and wide ranging picture of life on the Western Front.
Professor Sambrook takes the reader deep into the minds and attitudes of the Nuneaton men who volunteered to “do their bit” and found themselves caught up in the greatest war the world had ever known.
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