By Charles Frederic Jerram,Donald F. Bittner

during this memoir spanning 9 many years, Lieutenant Colonel C.F. Jerram (1882–1969) of the Royal Marines recounts his lifestyles and armed forces carrier via either global wars. Jerram describes in candid aspect his overdue 19th-century formative years in Devon and Cornwall, the past due Victorian and Edwardian Royal army, the Royal Navy’s a ways East Station, a standard Corps of Marines, the Gallipoli crusade, the area battle I Western entrance and the interwar and global struggle II years. His adventure and perception express primary classes: “Know thy occupation and take care of these for whom you're responsible.” An essay through the editor, in line with different resources, presents a broader standpoint on Jerram, whose method of specialist army provider continues to be pertinent today.

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