Lost Voices of the Royal Navy: Vivid Eyewitness Accounts of Life in the Royal Navy from 1914-1945


      Lost Voices of the Royal Navy: Vivid Eyewitness Accounts of Life in the Royal Navy from 1914-1945
From the bestselling author of FORGOTTEN VOICES OF THE GREAT WAR, comes an unforgettable collection of vivid eyewitness accounts of life in the Royal Navy Acclaimed historian Max Arthur pays tribute to the Royal Navy from 1914 to 1945 Drawing on the personal stories of those who have served during this period, he has created a unique narrative history of the senior service FORGOTTEN VOICES THE ROYAL NAVY is a memorable and moving testament to the courage, spirit, skill and irrepressible humour of those who served in the Royal Navy during these crucial years. Free Download Books Lost Voices of the Royal Navy: Vivid Eyewitness Accounts of Life in the Royal Navy from 1914-1945 By Max Arthur – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Max Arthur is an author who specialises in first hand recollections of historical events He has worked closely with the Imperial War Museum to bring together two books in the Forgotten Voices series, Forgotten Voices of the Great War and Forgotten Voices of the Second World War Prior to becoming a writer, he served with the Royal Air Force and for some years was an actor.

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  • Paperback
  • 576 pages
  • Lost Voices of the Royal Navy: Vivid Eyewitness Accounts of Life in the Royal Navy from 1914-1945
  • Max Arthur
  • English
  • 24 December 2019
  • 0340838140

10 thoughts on “ Lost Voices of the Royal Navy: Vivid Eyewitness Accounts of Life in the Royal Navy from 1914-1945

  1. says:

    First published in 2005, Lost Voices of the Royal Navy is derived from a two volume work published in 1996 1997 covering the periods 1914 1939 and 1939 to the present respectively The significant change made to therecent publication is the omission of post WW2 references The book comprises eyewitness accounts from Royal Navy veterans covering their experiences from 1914 1945, and is one of a number of publications of this ilk including quite a few edited by Max Arthur The difference First published in 2005, Lost Voices of the Royal Navy is derived from a two volume work published in 1996 1997 covering the periods 1914 1939 and 1939 to the present respectively The significant change made to therecent publication is the omission of post WW2 references The book comprises eyewitness accounts from Royal Navy veterans covering their experiences from 1914 1945, and is one of a number of publications of this ilk including quite...

  2. says:

    A very good read which is a collection of the oral histories of many Royal Navy personnel along with some Merchant Navy Royal Marine testimonies from both world wars Some of the testimonies are a only a paragraph or so and some several pages but I f...

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