United Kingdom, Historian
1882 – February, 20, 1971.
Esmé Cecil Wingfield-Stratford was an English historian, writer, mind-trainer, outdoorsman, patriot and ruralist.
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The mere fact that Tommy Atkins saw himself as a hero, and not as the rough he was, enlisted, more probably, through hunger, and disciplined by fear, tended to make him behave like a hero, as he did on the Ridge of Delhi and in the fog at Inkermann.
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