Portrait of War: The U.S. Army's First Combat Artists and the Doughboys' Experience in WWI

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Wiley, 2007 - Art - 342 pages
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Portrait of War tells the gripping true story of eight graphic artists recruited by the government and sent into combat to create a visual historical record of World War I. Featuring both their stunning illustrations and deep personal reflections, Portrait of War is a moving testament to the bravery of these artist-soldiers and the remarkable record of war they left behind.

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This book offers starkly vivid perspectives of the real horrors, both in the trenches and in the cities and villages along the Western Front, of what has become for most Americans a largely forgotten war. Read full review


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PETER KRASS is a freelance writer and the author of several other historical and biographical works, including Blood and Whiskey: The Life and Times of Jack Daniel and Carnegie, which was selected by Library Journal as one of the best biography/business books of 2002. For more information about Peter Krass and his books, visit www.petekrass.com.

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