The Immortal Heritage
An Account of the Work and Policy of The Imperial War Graves Commission during twenty years 1917-1937
by Fabian Ware
(with an introduction by Edmund Blunden and thirty-two photographs)
Cambridge University Press, 1937, [First Edition], b/w photographic plates, blue cloth covered hardback,
Very Good Condition, mild rubbing to edges of book, faint staining to top edge of front cover, dustjacket price-clipped, chipped, small tears, edge-wear and small part missing from top of front (see photographs)
'This book tells how and where a million dead soldiers of the British Commonwealth are commemorated. It is the first full and authoritative account of the gigantic task undertaken in 1917 by the Imperial War Graves Commission. The report was originally presented by H.R.H. The Duke of Gloucester to the Imperial Conference of 1937. It is here published with an Introduction specially written by Mr Edmund Blunden, and with thirty-two photographs of the beautiful memorials and cemeteries in the care of Commission.'