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The First World War: The Essential Guide to Sources in the National Archives Hardcover – Nov 30 2002


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Ian Beckett is a respected and widely published military historian. Formerly Professor of Military History at the University of Luton and a tutor at Sandhurst, during 2002/3 he will be the Major-General Matthew J. Horner Distinguished Professor of Military Theory at the US Marine Corps University, Quantico, Virginia. He is also Chairman of the Army Records Society. His other titles include The Oxford History of the British Army, and The Great War 1914-1918.

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Amazon.com: 1 review
Info free elsewhere Sept. 1 2013
By P. Baldwin - Published on Amazon.com
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I returned this book, because there isn't much information in it that isn't available for free on the The National Archives web site. What I expected was more in depth exploration of the records themselves. I have a record that I downloaded from the TNA and I was hoping this book would help me decipher. It has a lot of abbreviations that I don't know what they mean. This book did not help with that. For me it was a waste of money.


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