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Marlborough College and the Great War in 100 Stories

Produced as part of the College’s WW1 centenary commemoration, Marlborough College and the Great War in 100 stories tells the narrative of its people during those five traumatic years. In tribute to the OMs and staff that lost their lives, this is a limited-edition publication with only 749 produced.

Along with the more familiar names of Charles Sorley (C1 1908-15), Sidney Woodroffe (B1 1908-14) and Siegfried Sassoon (CO 1902-04), the book draws together stories from across the whole spectrum of the community in wartime before, during, and after – those who died and those who survived. The book shows how the College changed and adapted on the eve of conflict, during the war and through the process of commemoration once the war was over.

It can be ordered online, and all proceeds go to The Marlborough Difference Campaign.