Mud, Blood and Bullets by Edward Rowbotham

Mud, Blood and Bullets

By Edward Rowbotham

  • Release Date: 2010-12-26
  • Genre: Military
Score: 4.5
From 164 Ratings
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It is 1915 and the Great War has been raging for a year, when Edward Rowbotham, a coal miner from the Midlands, volunteers for Kitchener's Army. Drafted into the newly-formed Machine Gun Corps, he is sent to fight in places whose names will forever be associated with mud and blood and sacrifice: Ypres, the Somme, and Passchendaele.


  • Mud, Blood and Bullets

    By --uNo--
    Top book, I mostly read more recent combat books but it was a pleasure to have an insight to the Great War. Would definitely recommend
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    By Peejay27
    Thoroughly enjoyable read
  • Mud,Blood and Bullets

    By Billsbunker
    A very readable story of life before , during and after the First World War . Highly recommended.
  • Mud, blood and Bullets

    By Jonjo89
    Excellent account of a local mans recollections of life prior too, during and after the trenches. Thank you for publishing your granddad's story, he would be proud.
  • Humble touching depiction of service

    By iAl
    A engaging story of a person and a period. One of many who gave so much for us all without want or complaint.
  • Mud,Blood and Bullets

    By Memud
    I really enjoyed reading this book. There were moments when I truly felt emotional about the character or the situation that was being described. This book gives a real insight into one man's war.
  • Mud, blood & bullets

    By Talavera88
    This is a truly inspiring book of a young lad going of to fight in the First World War. The stories told are funny at times and serious other stories. I must admit I had difficulty putting this book away, a very enjoyable read.
  • Good read

    By ffian
    A great read, if I had the time I would have read this in one!
  • Mud, Blood and Bullers

    By GJMIL
    A wonderful insight to life as a soldier in the First World War. Effortless to read, insightful and even light hearted at times. Although nearly 100 years ago it seems, after reading these memoirs, that nothing has really changed and it makes you wonder what it's all about!
  • Mud blood and bullets

    By lou0957
    Loved reading this book