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Pictured: James Neville Marshall driving a car.<br />
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The moving diaries of a tragic World War One hero who was killed after writing 'the path of glory leads to the grave' have come to light.<br />
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Lieutenant Colonel James Neville Marshall miraculously survived being wounded nine times in battle on the Western Front between 1914 and 1918.<br />
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Coughing up blood after being shot in the lung, he told a war medic: "I must get back to the front."