30 November 2017

The story of the ‘boy wonder’ Brigadier General Roland Boys Bradford VC

Roland was only 25-years-old when he was killed. The CWGC’s Assistant Historian Max Dutton, also 25-years-old, tells the story of his personal hero; winner of the Victoria Cross and the youngest ever Brigadier General in the history of the army.

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