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Sound of Hunger

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



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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

Product code: 9781911604419

ISBN 9781911604419
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H234xW155
No. Of Pages 768
Publisher Unicorn Publishing Group
Sound of Hunger is a true story that centres on two German brothers, Erich and Georg Gerth, u-boat commanders, and the First Word War and its aftermath. The Gerths' lives and careers as navy officers are set against the military, political and social environment of their times.