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eBook War Record of the Cambridge University Press 1914-1919 (Cambridge Library Collection - Cambridge) download ISBN: 1108002943
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (July 20, 2009)
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Series: Cambridge Library Collection - Cambridge.

Series: Cambridge Library Collection - Cambridge. This War Record, first published in 1920, gives the military service details of the 252 Cambridge University Press employees who joined the armed forces during the First World War. The records are of variable length, with the most comprehensive giving the employee's full name, the regiments in which he served, the areas where he was based, positions held, promotions received and injuries sustained. Out of the 41 employees who lost their lives, photographic portraits of 40 are included.

First published in: 1920. War record of the cambridge university press. To send this chapter to your Kindle, first ensure no-replyridge. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Send chapter to Kindle. Find out more about sending to your Kindle.

An extensive collection of largely British, French and German books . The First World War: a documentary record. Series One: European War 1914–1919, the War Reserve Collection from Cambridge University Library. Pt 1: The card catalogue.

An extensive collection of largely British, French and German books, periodicals, pamphlets and ephemera relating to the 1914–1919 war (classmark WRA–WRE, also known as the War Reserve Collection), particularly notable for fugitive material. It includes around 800 British and Dominion trench journals. Pt 2: Trench journals, personal narratives and reminiscences.

More than 250 Cambridge University Press employees joined the armed forces during the First World War. This War Record gives a brief outline of each employee's military service, and includes photographic portraits of 40 of the 41 employees who lost their lives in the conflict. Series: Cambridge Library Collection - Cambridge.

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Cambridge University Press is a charitable enterprise that transfers part of its . Cambridge University Press's stand at the Frankfurt Book Fair 2018.

Cambridge University Press is a charitable enterprise that transfers part of its annual surplus back to the University of Cambridge. Anonymous; War Record of the Cambridge University Press 1914–1919; Cambridge University Press, 1920; (reissued by Cambridge University Press, 2009; ISBN 978-1-108-00294-3).

It is also the largest of 114 libraries within the University. It is often referred to within the University as the UL. Twenty-one affiliate libraries are associated with the University Library for the purpose of central governance and administration.

Published: 20 July 2011. by Cambridge University Press (CUP). in War Record of the Cambridge University Press 1914–1919. War Record of the Cambridge University Press 1914–1919 pp 1-58; doi:10.

A history of the Cambridge university press 1521–1921 (1921) by Sydney Castle Roberts (external scan). These are the known publishers' marks used by Cambridge University Press

A history of the Cambridge university press 1521–1921 (1921) by Sydney Castle Roberts (external scan). These are the known publishers' marks used by Cambridge University Press: Authority control.

Outlines the military service of the 252 Cambridge University Press employees who served in the First World Wa.

Outlines the military service of the 252 Cambridge University Press employees who served in the First World War. OZON. and local statistics. Technology's war record; an interpretation of the contribution made by the Massachusetts institute of technology, its staff, its former students and its undergraduates to the cause of the United States and the allied powers in the great war, 1914-191. Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

This War Record, first published in 1920, gives the military service details of the 252 Cambridge University Press employees who joined the armed forces during the First World War. The records are of variable length, with the most comprehensive giving the employee's full name, the regiments in which he served, the areas where he was based, positions held, promotions received and injuries sustained. Out of the 41 employees who lost their lives, photographic portraits of 40 are included. From advertisement department worker Vincent Cummings, killed by a sniper in 1917 while carrying an injured comrade to safety, to Charles Woods, a member of the Press Secretary's department who survived the Somme, Arras, Ypres, Cambrai and Mons, the records pay a moving tribute to the men who risked their lives to serve their country during the First World War.