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1916 World War 1 Diary Gunner Louis Charles Malabre Royal Field Artillery

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This true story commences with Louis Charles Malabre being born to an English father (the Honourable William Titely Malabre) and French mother (Marie Antoinette Malabre nee Carvalo) in Kingston, Jamaica on the 14th May 1892.

On the 27th May 1912 he moved to New York U.S.A. aged 20.

In August 1915 he boarded the liner "Carpathia" (of Titanic rescue fame) in New York and saile
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Kindle Edition, 77 pages
Published August 25th 2013 by Deborah Jayne Shores
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Diana
"1916 World War 1 Diary Gunner Louis Charles Malabre Royal Field Artillery" is a day-by-day account of the activities of artilleryman Louise Malabre during his first year of service in World War I. The diaries included both text and drawing by Malabre. The diarist revisited his original narratives in the mid-1940s and updated some of his drawings. That work has been edited by Deborah Shores and is followed by volumes for each year of the war.

Malabre recorded his day-to-day activities and the sig
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