Letters from the Two World Wars
Letters home from British soldiers chronicle the course of events on the battlefield and the reaction to them. Short notes set the context. Includes several photographs from the periods. No subject index. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
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The First World
From Offensive to Deadlock 191415
Trench Stalemate and War of Attrition 1916
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