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Description At the Eleventh Hour is the story of a platoon of infantrymen in the last eleven hours of the First World War, when, even though an Armistice had been agreed to end the bloodshed, soldiers were required to continue fighting until the very last moment, solely to gain as much 'ground' as possible before hostilities ended. Each chapter covers one hour until, at las Description At the Eleventh Hour is the story of a platoon of infantrymen in the last eleven hours of the First World War, when, even though an Armistice had been agreed to end the bloodshed, soldiers were required to continue fighting until the very last moment, solely to gain as much 'ground' as possible before hostilities ended. Each chapter covers one hour until, at last, they could lay down their arms. About the Author Brian Withecombe is a Solicitor, a partner in a small firm in the Town near where he lives. He is married, with two grown-up children, and his interests are football (a keen Man Utd supporter), writing, reading and going on holiday! He is also the author of the new Giles Courtenay books, stories set in the Napoleonic Wars days.


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Description At the Eleventh Hour is the story of a platoon of infantrymen in the last eleven hours of the First World War, when, even though an Armistice had been agreed to end the bloodshed, soldiers were required to continue fighting until the very last moment, solely to gain as much 'ground' as possible before hostilities ended. Each chapter covers one hour until, at las Description At the Eleventh Hour is the story of a platoon of infantrymen in the last eleven hours of the First World War, when, even though an Armistice had been agreed to end the bloodshed, soldiers were required to continue fighting until the very last moment, solely to gain as much 'ground' as possible before hostilities ended. Each chapter covers one hour until, at last, they could lay down their arms. About the Author Brian Withecombe is a Solicitor, a partner in a small firm in the Town near where he lives. He is married, with two grown-up children, and his interests are football (a keen Man Utd supporter), writing, reading and going on holiday! He is also the author of the new Giles Courtenay books, stories set in the Napoleonic Wars days.

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