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100 Days to Victory: How the Great War was Fought and Won

Start date15 October 2014 19:30
End date 15 October 2014 20:45
CategoryExhibitions and talks; First World War commemoration; Libraries

100 days to victory - book jacket


Woking Library - Wednesday 15 October, 7.30pm

General information

Telling the story of the First World War through the events of one hundred key days between 1914 and 1918, Saul David’s gripping narrative 100 days to victory looks at individual stories of men and women, both eminent and ordinary. He also includes stories from his own family’s history.

His unique approach shows how the war reached far beyond the battlefield. It covers events such as the young Adolf Hitler’s reaction to the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the Zeppelin raid on Scarborough and the individual bravery of the first Indian recipient of the Victoria Cross.

Saul David - by Rex- features

Saul David is Professor or War History at the University of Buckingham and is the author of several critically acclaimed history books as well as the popular George Hart novels.

His series on military planning, Bullets, Boots and Bandages appeared on BBC Four recently.

This is part of Surrey Libraries’ War and Words programme of commemorative events for the First World War Centenary.

First World War Centenary logo


Tickets, including refreshments, £5 until 31 August, thereafter £6.

Book online using debit or credit cards.

Telephone credit/card bookings on 01483 543599. SMS: 07968 32414. A small handling charge may apply.

Tickets can also be bought in person from any Surrey Library.

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  • Updated: 21 May 2014
  • Kay Hadwick
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