No Man's Land

No Man's Land

A Play

Book - 2005
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On July 1, 1916, the best and the brightest of a generation of Newfoundland men were virtually wiped out. From every bay and cove and town, from fishing stage to merchant's home, they marched off to the Great War, proud members of their very own Newfoundland Regiment, never suspecting what one terrible morning of treachery would bring. The Battle of Beaumont Hamel is considered the greatest tragedy in Newfoundland and Labrador's history.

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Beyond the trenches were lovers and mothers and others who held them dear. The soldiers were part of the immeasurable turmoil of war, yet as they travelled to dangerous and distant lands they were never without the spirit and humour they brought from their homeland.

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Adapted for stage from the novel of the same name.
Publisher: St John's, NL : Pennywell, [2005]
ISBN: 9781894463713
1894463714
Branch Call Number: 819.254 Maj 3558
Characteristics: 117 p. :,ports. ;,19 x 21 cm

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