For the life of me I cant remember where I saw a post in which someone was asking about the War Correspondents and / or
their relationship with Chelmsford or the like . This book will answer those questions '' The War Correspondents '' by Professor
John Laband & Ian Knight . Here is a part of the front Dust Jacket .
'' This vivid account explores the war as it appeared to the professional and amateur war correspondents who covered it in extraordinary depth in both the british and colonial press , describing not only the pitched battles but much of the human drama
of everday campaigning from a variety of perspectives . These reports are linked together by a narrative which places them in
the military , political and social context of the war '' .
A well priced copy .
cheers 90th .