Sound of Hunger: One German family's chronicle of the chivalry, politics, lies, murder and aftermath of war

Sound of Hunger: One German family's chronicle of the chivalry, politics, lies, murder and aftermath of war

By: Chris Heal (author)Hardback

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2018 sees the centenary commemorations for the end of WW1 This book looks at the human detail of WW1 and the collapse of Germany due to the blockade created to starve the country into submission Major UK publicity and marketing campaign

About Author

Chris Heal received his PhD from Bristol University, aged sixty-five. His varied career began with a window cleaning round to support himself at grammar school, digging ditches for Britain's new motorways, hitch-hiking to India, training as an airline pilot, and working for many years as a journalist and as a scuba instructor. He joined a large American firm and spent five years in Africa. In the UK, he led a multi-million-pound buy-out of a corporate department. He was appointed chairman of a regional theatre, worked as an oak furniture maker, and funded and advised internet start-ups and small businesses. Retired for the fifth time, he now lives in Hampshire.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781911604419
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 768
  • ID: 9781911604419
  • ISBN10: 1911604414

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