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The Kaiser's battle.


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Hello, regardingMartin Middlebrook's book " The Kaiser's battle" does anyone know if the memories that he collected but weren't used in the book were ever published anywhere else ? Or do they still exist ?

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Middlebrook's  collection of materials on the Somme  for "First Day"  were transferred to another and then purchased recently by the Imperial War Museum. I do not know if the Kaiserschlacht materials were included but there should be some stuff on either Google or by searching on the IWM website about what was obtained. Interesting question- never thought the different chunks might go in different directions.

 

    Update=  Yes, the 1918 materials were included in the  acquisition. This from the IWM entry on the Middlebook collection:

 

Content description

[BASIC ACCESSION RECORD] Questionnaires completed by First World War veterans and sent to the author Martin Middlebrook in response to his appeal for first-hand accounts of the first day of the Battle of the Somme (1 July 1916) and the German Spring Offensive (21 March 1918).
 

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Category
Private papers
Related period
First World War (content)
Dimensions

whole: 4 boxes

Catalogue number
Documents.26137
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Many thanks. I obviousy hadn't been wording my google searches right. Once again thanks.

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