The Last Magnificent War: Rare Journalistic and Eyewitness Accounts of World War I
Harold Elk Straubing
Paragon House, 1989 - History - 418 pages
Gathers selections from contemporary magazine and newspaper articles, diaries, speeches, books, interviews, poems, and military journals, to offer a first-hand perspective on World War I
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Are the German People Unanimously for the War?
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