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Siegfried Sassoon’s legacy of poems have made him one of the best-known World War One poets. Apart from his poetry, he is also famous for his protest against the war which was read out in parliament, his threat to refuse to fight anymore, and his single-handed capture of a German trench for which he was awarded the Military Cross. Here is a short book on his astonishing life. What makes this book unique and important is that it was written by a man who had very similar war time experiences to Sassoon and fought in the same battles close to the village of Fricourt on the Western Front where Sassoon also fought.

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