KILLING OF THE IRON TWELVE An Account of the Largest Execution Soldiers on the Western Front in the First World War

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On the morning of 25th February 1915, a volley of shots rang out and eleven British and Irish soldiers and one French civilian fell dead into a freshly prepared grave. They had been brutally executed under the walls of the Chateau in Guise by the occupying German forces. Their crime? Being trapped in occupied territory and treated as spies.
This gripping and meticulously researched hardback of 246 pages is a dramatic and tragic story of escape, betrayals and punishment during the Great War.