Teenage Tommy: Memoirs of a Cavalryman in the First World War, ed. Richard van Emden .
The memoirs of Benjamin Clouting, a very young cavalryman, who was
present when the BEF fired its first shots of the First World War, and
who despite some serious wounds was still at the front when the war
finally ended. A fascinating account of the experiences of a pre-war
Cavalry regular, demonstrating the wide range of roles performed by the
cavalry during the Great War.
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