“Blinded, deaf and half crazy”: A.Y. Jackson at Sanctuary Wood, June 1916

In time for Remembrance Day, I’ve posted this excerpt from my new book Jackson’s Wars, detailing artist A.Y. Jackson’s horrendous experiences at Sanctuary Wood in June 1916 on the Ypres salient. Image: A Copse, Evening, A.Y. Jackson, 1918. Canadian War Museum

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