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Arthur Conan Doyle's The British Campaign in France and Flanders: 1915 is an account of the second battle of Ypres the great Battle of Loos and other conflicts. The narrative precisely describes the incidents leading up to the breakout of the war. When compiling this detailed but heart-wrenching work Doyle relied on material provided by British Military.

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