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In a Guardsmans Boots :A Boy Soldiers Adventures from the Streets of 1920s Dublin to Buckingham Palace, WWII and the Egyptian Revolution


When he was just eight years old, Paddy Rochford enrolled at Dublins Royal Hibernian Military School, where he was taught how to be a soldier with the British Army, like his father. Soon afterwards, in 1922, he and his fellow pupils were evacuated from Ireland, a land torn apart by civil war. Across the sea in England, Paddy joined the Third Battalion of the Coldstream Guards as a drummer boy, with postings to Windsor Castle,... Read More
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ISBN : 9781473863910
Product Dimension : 15.600 x 23.400 x 0.000 cm
Weight : 0.4110Kg
Author : Caroline Rochford,Paddy Rochford
Publisher : Pen & Sword Books Ltd
No. of Pages : 0
Format : Hardback
Publication Date : April 6, 2016

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