Synopses & Reviews
An extraordinary mix of black humor, fake entertainment programs, and pastiche articles, the Wipers Times, the famed trench newspaper of World War One, constitutes a unique record of life on the front line. This complete facsimile edition of the paper, produced to accompany a BBC dramatization, is a historical masterpiece that enables us to sample the real spirit of the trenches — from the safety of our armchairs.
About the Author
Chris Westhorp is a freelance editor, writer, and researcher. Formerly of Arms and Armour Press and Duncan Baird Publishing, he has a specialist interest in military history and aviation. Chris is the author of The Commando Pocket Manual 1950-1945
(Conway) in addition to numerous other titles.