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Life in a Tank

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William A Crenshaw

2 Hours 13 Minutes

LibriVox

January 2017

Audio Book Summary

Richard Haigh was an Infantry lieutenant in the 2nd Royal Berkshire Infantry Regiment serving in the Somme area in 1916. Shortly after Tanks were first used in battle in September of 1916 the British Army asked for volunteers, Lieutenant Haigh signed up and was accepted in December of 1916. He describes the training and actions he participated in until the war ended in 1918. He was awarded MC in 1916 as Lt. (acting Capt.) Richard Haigh, Royal Berkshire Regiment. He was commissioned from the RMC (Sandhurst) to the Berkshires 16th Feb 1915; on resigning his commission in 1919, he joined the General Reserve of Officers. (Summary by William A. Crenshaw)

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  • Craig H.

    Great book for the price

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  • Okie

    Book was short and very interesting. The narrator was just terrible and really distracted from the content.

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  • Anonymous

    I was really looking forward to listening to this title and I really don’t like to knock people who give up their time to do this but unfortunately the narrator has quite a monotone voice and it really loses the whole story and I couldn’t listen after a few pages. Be nice to get it re recorded as it looks like a great story.

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  • Anonymous

    Terrible

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  • Jacques P.

    Delivered well.

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  • Richard C.

    narrator is a mumbling monotone and is unlistenable .

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  • Anonymous

    Narration was a bit drab and not very clear

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  • Anonymous

    The narrator was super quiet

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  • Anonymous

    Poor narration, diminished the tale.

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  • John T.

    Loved the story and grew to like the narrator.

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