A Visit to Three Fronts
A Visit to Three Fronts: The book is a glorious effort on the part of the author to record the impressions that he formed during his visit to the fronts of the Western Allies during World War I. The book was written in appreciation of the valiant and bold soldiers who fought for their countrymen and whose efforts were being belittled at home.
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advance Adventure aeroplane Allies Alpini Argonne Arthur Conan Doyle artillery observation Austrians battle Belgium Boche brain brave bravery Britain British lines Briton burrow clay walls Clemenceau Commandant corps Cyrano danger dark faces flashed deep dug-out EasyRead enemy experience extraordinary feeling fierce fighting fire Flanders forward France French army French soldier front trenches German line GLIMPSE going grey eyes grim gunners hard Haupt-Quartier headquarters heads hill huge impressions infantry Isonzo ITALIAN ARMY Italian front Italian line Italy lean look machine gun medal miles Monfalcone morning Mother moustache Mystery never once passed plain position reader regiment road Russian seemed seen shell burst Sherlock Holmes shot side slope smile sniper Soissons spirit splendid spot stands stiffening stood Stories by Doyle surely thing thousand yards told Trentino Trieste valley Verdun village of Jamais voice waiting walk wire wonderful word wounded Ypres Ypres Salient Zeppelin