Today’s post is not dedicated to a picture, but to a book I’ve just received. It has just been published and has been written by Andrea Vollman and Francesco Brazzale, a friend of mine. This work is about the story and the action of the British Expeditionary Force in Italy and especially on the Asiago plateau between 1917 and 1918.
Here’s a translation of the index:
Chapter 1. From Flanders to Venetia
Chapter 2. Life behind the lines
Chapter 3. Logistic services
Chapter 4. On the Altopiano Front
Chapter 5. British Army in action on the Altopiano
Chapter 6. A Busy week (from Arthur Lambert, Over the Top. A “P.B.I.” in the “H.A.C.”, 1930)
Chapter 7. Edward and Vera Brittain
Chapter 8. Stonehenge on the Kaberlaba
Chapter 9. British War Cemeteries
I just had the time to have a quick look at the book’s content and there are a lot of pictures related to British Army in Italy I didn’t know! Books about British Army in Italy are rather scarse, therefore I think that such a work fills a gap. The book isn’t available for the time being on Amazon, but you can find it here (or let me know if you want me to contact the author).