Death's Men: Soldiers of the Great War

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Penguin Books, Aug 27, 1992 - History - 283 pages
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Moving, vivid, shocking and above all real, this is a stunningly recorded distillation of the soldiers' own personal experiences during the First World War. Accessing both the private worlds of the individual and providing a more panoramic historical and political backdrop, Denis Winter brings to life a grim and amazing period of history.

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User Review  - jztemple - LibraryThing

An excellent book, but very sobering. Based almost exclusively on memoirs, private letters and newspaper articles, it relates the British experience of WWI on the Western Front from the view of the ... Read full review

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