Last Man Standing : The Memoirs of a Seaforth Highlander During the Great War
It hardly seems credible today that a nineteen-year old boy, just commisioned into the Seaforth Highlanders, could lead a platoon of men into the carnage of the battle of the Somme. Or that, as the machine gun bullets whistled past and shells exploded, he could maintain his own morale to lead a platoon, keeping its discipline and cohesion, in spite of desperate losses. Norman Collins tells the story of his life as a young subaltern at the front during 1916 and 1917.
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