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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Contents

Prologue
1
The Journey into the Maelstrom
5
Into the Trenches
23
Copyright

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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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