The Great War involved people from all backgrounds and had a deep impact on every aspect of civilian life; from recruitment to exemptions, rationing and shortages to sacrifice and suffering, the heartbreaking to the comic. Windsor in the Great War tells the stories of the men who served, the families they left behind, and how a garrison town came together to support the war and their men in it. Using letters, newspapers, photographs, and personal accounts, the candour and courage of Windsor's lost generation shines through. Informative and atmospheric, the authors cover every aspect of the war as it impacted the town and its people.
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