From Elgin in Scotland in August 1914 through Egypt and Salonika to northern France in 1918, James recalls his adventures in the Great War in remarkable detail. Writing from memory sixty years after the War his experiences of breaking horses in England, surviving extreme heat and desert warfare in Egypt, working as a trained scout in Salonika and in the last battles leading up to the Armistice in France are all brought vividly to life.
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