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I prefer, for the sake of convenience, to acknowledge who has written what by using the author's name as I quote his/her work. The origins of these quotes can then be easily traced by referring to the Bibliography.
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On going through the original text of Ed's eBook on my website I realise that there are many errors which escaped me on my original run through. It's amazing that what seemed to make perfect sense to me then can sometimes turn out to be almost incomprehensible to the reader now! Also there are many repetitions of words and phrases that need to be changed and other stylistic faux pas. However, I'm just going to leave them standing on my website for the present - maybe forever - and concentrate on producing a cleaned up Kindle version.
I'm considering a visit to the battlefields next autumn (2016). I'm spending a week with the family in Bruges next spring and will take the opportunity then to see how the land lies over in the Ypres Salient. Then I'll be better informed as to the desirability of a 31st journey to the old Western Front. We shall see.........Meanwhile please keep in touch at ed@eandjdixon. Your input is most welcome.
'TALES FROM THE WESTERN FRONT' is now available from Amazon for use on Kindle readers though it can also be accessed via tablets. The material has been thoroughly revised from Ed's eBook and is now a standalone electronic book in handy format. It is fully illustrated and retails at £3.98. (November 11, 2015)