1915 Pride and Glory A Tommy Gunn Adventure PDF/EPUB

1915 Pride and Glory A Tommy Gunn Adventure The year is 1915 and Tommy Gunn is back at the front The temporary peace that had lasted on that Christmas morning seems like an awfully long time ago As he dodges bullets and shells Gunn is drawn into some of the bloodiest conflicts in human history From Gallipoli to Loos Gunn’s year is full of terror as he and his friends attempt to survive the year It is not just German bullets that Gunn has to dodge as conflict grows between him and some fellow officers as the tension of the trenches begins to mount Will Gunn survive another year in this horrific war Or will 1915 be his last Will he ever get back to England to see his mother father and beloved L 1915 Pride and Glory is a gripping World War One novel where the life of Tommy Gunn is drawn out of his diaries Praise for 1914 First Blood 'This gripping novel has the triple advantage of being superbly written true to life down to the least military detail and very exciting Readers will be very keen to follow the fortunes of Thaddeus Gunn through the rest of the Great War in future volumes' Andrew Roberts FRSL historian and journalist Andrew Roberts FRSL historian and journalist A former senior intelligence officer John Hughes Wilson is an author and broadcaster specialising in military history and intelligence He has published multiple works including the best selling ‘Military Intelligence Blunders’ while acting as a consultant for the United Nations European Union and the Ministry of Defence among other organisations Endeavour Press is the UK's leading independent digital publisher For information on our titles please sign up to our newsletter at wwwendeavourpresscom Each week you will receive updates on free and discounted ebooks Follow us on Twitter EndeavourPress and on Facebook via We are always interested in hearing from our readers Endeavour Press believes that the future is now

2 thoughts on “1915 Pride and Glory A Tommy Gunn Adventure

  1. says:

    Based around the fictitious diary of 1914 18 British officer the book paints a convincing portrait of life on the Western Front and in the Dardanelles It focuses on two ill fated attacks at Loos and at Gallip

  2. says:

    Solid read uite entertainingThis novel tracks uite nicely with the history of the BEF and helps humanize the rather cold impersonal narrative we are used to hearing The book highlights leadership failures and the fog

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