Endings and Aftermath


‘No-one, on either side of the conflict, had expected the fighting to end so quickly.’

‘After almost four years and four months of unrestricted and bitter international violence the Great World War came suddenly to an end with the signing of an armistice at five o’clock, French time, on the morning of  November 11, 1918.’

Tom’s follow up details how the war ended and the effects it had on people, especially those from the Holme Valley.

The book will be launched at New Mill Club on Thursday 25th of October, 7.30pm onwards, including a short presentation by Tom and a pea and pie supper.

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2 great reviews

Robert Moorhouse

24 November 2018

Yorkshire Lass

20 November 2018


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