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15 The WWII Poems of Sapper John Frederick Smith

15 The WWII Poems of Sapper John Frederick Smith

Update: 2017-07-24
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In April 1940 John went to France with the British Expeditionary Force as a sapper in the Royal Engineers.   And he took his weapons of choice with him - gun, pencil and paper! 

Poignant poetry of loyalty and comradeship, crafted during the London Blitz bombing!  

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15 The WWII Poems of Sapper John Frederick Smith

15 The WWII Poems of Sapper John Frederick Smith

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