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A Long Long War (book details)

Collection: A Long Long War (collection)
Organisation: Wharton, Ken. (individual compiler)

A book compiled by Ken Wharton containing personal accounts by former members of the British Army who served in Northern Ireland during the conflict. There are also a few accounts by relatives of soldiers.

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Title
A Long Long War (book details)
Description
A book compiled by Ken Wharton containing personal accounts by former members of the British Army who served in Northern Ireland during the conflict. There are also a few accounts by relatives of soldiers.
Creator
Ken Wharton
Subject
Personal accounts by former members of the British Army detailing their experience in Northern Ireland during the conflict.
Publisher
Helion and Company Limited
Date
2008
Format
Text
Language
English
Coverage
Northern Ireland; 1969 to 2007
Author
Wharton, Ken. (compiler)
Date Type
2008 Publication
Publication Title
A Long Long War: Voices from the British Army in Northern Ireland 1969-98.
Publisher Location
Solihull
Publisher
Helion and Company Ltd.
Publication Type
Book
Publication Status
Published
Number of Pages
522
ISBN
978-1-906033-18-7

Collection InformationShowHide

Title
A Long Long War (collection)
Description
A collection of personal accounts from former members of the British armed forces who served in Northern Ireland during the conflict. The collection was published as a book which was written and compiled by Ken Wharton.
Creator
Ken Wharton
Subject
Personal accounts by former members of the British Army detailing their experience in Northern Ireland during the conflict.
Publisher
Helion and Company Limited
Date
2008
Relation
Wharton, Ken. (2008). A Long Long War: Voices from the British Army in Northern Ireland 1969-98. Solihull: Helion & Company.
Format
Text
Language
English

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Title
Wharton, Ken. (individual compiler)
Description
Ken Wharton is a former British Army soldier who has compiled personal accounts of the experiences of soldiers who served in Northern Ireland during the conflict.
He has published a number of books containing collections of stories. His first book was 'A Long Long War' and was published in 2008.
Creator
Ken Wharton
Subject
Personal accounts by former members of the British Army detailing their experience in Northern Ireland during the conflict.
Publisher
Helion and Company Limited
Date
2008-

Citation

Ken Wharton. (2008). A Long Long War (book details). Helion and Company Limited.
Accounts of the Conflict; Accessed: 21 September 2020 <http://accounts.ulster.ac.uk/repo24/items/show/2970>

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