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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Contents

THE KITCHENER ARMIES FORM
23
THE TRAINING OF OTHER RANKS
37
COMING TO TERMS WITH THE ARMY
50
Copyright

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