Arthur Asquith was the Prime Minister's son, friend of Winston
Churchill and Rupert Brooke, and one of the most gifted and
courageous amateur soldiers of the Great War. He rose from Sub
Lieutenant to Brigadier in just over three years, won three DSOs
for gallantry, the Croix de Guerre, was wounded four times and
recommended for the Victoria Cross and Distinguished Service
Cross--becoming a legend to both his fellow officers and men. This
book looks back at his illustrious military career.
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