A World War II Memoir by Frank Woodhead
Edited by Michael Woodhead

From the villages of Lancashire and East Yorkshire to the jungles of India and Burma, Frank Woodhead relates an assortment of anecdotes, memories, personal thoughts, and observations during his time as a firefighter before World War II, and his six year stint as a medical orderly with the 99th Royal Buckinghamshire Yeomanry Field Regiment.

Oftentimes poignant, humourous, and candid, Frank reveals much of what went on 'behind the scenes' on the fields of battle, and how serendipity frequently helped him get through some of the worst times of the war.

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