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LETTERS, CAPTAIN SIR EDWARD HULSE I Was There

LETTERS, CAPTAIN SIR EDWARD HULSE 
I Was There  

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1st and 2nd Battalion Scots Guards, From Mons to Neuve Chapelle and witness to the Christmas Truce.
Edward Hulse became the 7th Baronet on the death of his father in 1903 at the age of thirteen. He was educated at Eton College and went up to Balliol. Apart from running his estates Edward was an officer in the Coldstream Guards from 1912 before transferring to the Scots Guards the next year. He went out to France with the BEF at the outbreak of war and served with the 1st Battalion until November 1914 when he transferred to the 2nd Battalion Scots Guards. His account of the ĎChristmas Truce' at Ploegsteert is often quoted and referred to ó his original letter forms part of the book. It is a fascinating history that traces the many actions from Mons to Neuve Chapelle where he was killed on Friday 12th March 1915. In Part II there are cameos on fifty-eight personalities mentioned in his letters.



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Product Code: 26133
Author: Paul Foster
Format: Softback, 168 pages
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