Alnwick in the Great War
Alnwick in the Great War reviews in detail the considerable contribution that the town made to the war effort in terms of fighting men, food and as a hospital town for the wounded.
For those left behind, it was a time of worry and hardship. Others saw the many business opportunities the conflict created.
Dr Craig Armstrong is a highly respected lecturer and freelance writer on North East issues
160 pages with illustrations
Pub : Pen and Sword