The Stewkley Lads fallen in the Great War, by John Sheldon
Published by the Stewkley Local History Group in 2009, 90 pages. Paperback (N4715P1).
This book is a fascinating record of the men from Stewkley who fought and died in the First World War (Stewkley is a small village in Buckinghamshire, and lies a few miles west of Leighton Buzzard).
The book has a foreword by Air Vice Marshall Dusty Saunders, and it brings together research and information on the village war memorials and the local Buckinghamshire regiments, as well as the biographies and stories of the men involved - men who gave their lives for King and Country during the war.
The book is illustrated throughout with several black and white photographs, and it provides a unique insight into one particular aspect of Stewkley's social history....
Condition of the book is generally excellent. The cover is clean and tidy, the spine is intact, and all pages are clean, intact, unblemished and tightly bound. Their is a small price sticker on the rear side cover.
Please note, if you are interested in this book, you might also be interested in a similar item I also have available on the website, and which details the men from the village who fought and died during the Second World War