Jacqueline Wadsworth – Letters from the Trenches

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LettersFromTheTrenchesNovember 9, 2015 – In honor of Veterans Day and Remembrance Day on November 11th, Bristol writer Jacqueline Wadsworth takes us back to “the war to end all wars” in Letters from the Trenches: The First World War by Those Who Were There. We hear from soldiers on the Western Front, Mesopotamia, Gallipoli, Italy, Northern Russia — and, of course, from the women and children suffering through the Great War back home.

In addition to the book, you can visit SoldierLetters.Blogspot.com for tons of additional content, and follow Jacqueline Wadsworth on Twitter @SoldiersLetters.

Discover Your History magazine calls Letters from the Trenches, “A warm evocation of how ordinary people’s lives were affected by a devastating conflict,” and they highly recommend it. But Jacqueline’s book is more than a pile of letters, more than another poetic retelling of the romance and tragedy of the war. It’s a book where real people speak for themselves, as war upends their daily lives.