This is the history of the men of the Prudential Insurance Company who served in the Great War. It is their story and their experiences that go to make up the book. There were obvious problems to be faced with compiling a record so many years after the end of the war. Of the 9,161 men who served, many had passed away and some had left the company. Nevertheless, by means of a general enquiry, and through reference to the files of the Prudential Bulletin and the Ibis Magazine a definite history has emerged. It takes each year of the war in turn and recounts the experiences of their employees who were at the scene of the actions described. There is a chapter, too, on the work of the women of the ‘Pru.
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2002 N & M Press reprint, original pub 1938. viii + 168pp with b/w frontispiece portrait of the Chairman and five b/w photos