Blighty's Railways: Britain's Railways in the First World War (Amberley)

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This book examines the role of the railways in Britain during World War 1. The railways were run for the benefit of the armed forces, with little investment and most of the workforce conscripted. Also looks at how railway ships were used and at how railway works were used for war work. Illustrated throughout with black & white photographs and archive documents from the Railway Executive Committee. 160 pages. Published 2014. Original Price £17.99

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