The Wipers Times The Famous First World War Trench Newspaper Hardback Book

The Wipers Times The Famous First World War Trench Newspaper Hardback Book

This complete edition of The Wipers Times, the famed trench newspaper of the First World War, is a mix of humour, fake entertainment programmes, pastiche articles, and constitutes a unique record of life on the wartime frontline.

Produced to accompany the BBC drama.

Includes an introduction by Christopher Westhorp

Published by: Conway Publishing 2013

ISBN: 9781844862337

Please note that this item was donated used so there maybe some signs of age and use, there is some discolouration to the cover and some aging round the edges of the pages.

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