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Captured at Kut, Prisoner of the Turks : The Great War Diaries of Colonel WC Spackman (Hardcover)

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This edited diary is Colonel Bill Spackman''s extraordinary personal record of his experiences as the Medical Officer of an Indian Infantry battalion during the Mesopotamian Campaign 1914 - 1916. In particular he describes the harrowing events of the five month siege of Kut and, after the surrender of the 10,000 strong garrison in April 1916, the hardships of the 1,000 mile forced march to Anatolia in Turkey. As a doctor he witnessed at first hand suffering the and deaths of many POWs, both British and Indian.returncharacterreturncharacterThe book goes on the record life in Turkish captivity which was relatively relaxed and fortunately, in sharp contrast to their earlier experiences.returncharacterreturncharacterWritten with humorous understatement and infinite good sense Captured at Kut: Prisoner of the Turks is a gripping read and will appeal strongly not just to Great War enthusiasts but all who enjoy reading of the triumph of men over extreme adversity.

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Publisher Pen & Sword
Mfg Part# 9781844158737
SKU 210690619
Format Hardcover
ISBN10 184415873X
Release Date 8/5/2009
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