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A haven in hell

by Paul Chapman | 12 September 2000
PAPERBACK
Category: European History
Talbot House is a living museum in the town of Poperinghe in Belgium. During World War One it offered respite to soldiers facing the Germans at Ypres. Paul Chapman's study traces its history and describes its founder, Tubby Clayton.
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Talbot House is a living museum in the town of Poperinghe in Belgium. During World War One it offered respite to soldiers facing the Germans at Ypres. Paul Chapman's study traces its history and describes its founder, Tubby Clayton.
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Talbot House is a living museum in the town of Poperinghe in Belgium. During World War One it offered respite to soldiers facing the Germans at Ypres. Paul Chapman's study traces its history and describes its founder, Tubby Clayton.

Product Details

A haven in hell

ISBN9780850527735

FormatPAPERBACK

PublisherLEO COOPER (12 September. 2000)

No. of Pages150

Weight230

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 217 x 147 x 10