Blood and Bandages by William Earl and Liz Coward



Blood and Bandages, Fighting for life in the RAMC Field Ambulance 1940 – 1946

Written by William Earl and Liz Coward.

Plotting the war service of 26 year old William Earl who joined the 214th Field Ambulance RAMC. He saw action in North Africa and throughout the entire Italian Campaign.

William worked with Liz Coward on this project and the book  included many extracts from his letters home, training manuals and official war diary’s with the addition of many original photographs. It is a personal, honest and moving account of one man’s life over 6 years of war. The dedication in the book reads ‘For my comrades in the 214th Field Ambulance who never returned and all the men we couldn’t save’.

Published by Sabrestorm Publishing the ISBN number is 9 781781 220085

 

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