A War in Words
This is a portrait of World War I through the letters and diaries of its participants, recently uncovered during extensive research across 28 countries for the 10-part Channel 4 series, The First World War, showing during autumn 2003. itself and from all sides of the conflict. Their testimony - from that of one of Franz Ferdinand's assassins, to the final entry from a French soldier as he revisits the battlefield in 1919 - recounts the complex history of a war whose repercussions changed the world irrevocably.
42 pages matching village in this book
Results 1-3 of 42
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Setting off to the Front
The Siege of Przemysl
15 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
advance African Allied Anzac Cove armistice army arrived artillery attack August Austria-Hungary Austrian Austro-Hungarian battle bayonets Belgrade Boche Bolsheviks bombardment Bonamore bread British bullet camp casualties civilians command dead Dear Parents Deppe diary Duggie dugout East enemy feel fighting fire forces France front line Gallipoli George Mitchell German East Africa Germany's Grandma ground guns Habsburg hospital Johannes Spiess July June Kande Kamara Kobarid leave Lieutenant look Ludwig Deppe Lyall Grant March Maria Mehmed Fasih Meinertzhagen military million months morning night November Nyura October officer Paul Hub Paul Tuffrau peace Piete Kuhr prisoners Przemysl regiment retreat Richard Meinertzhagen rifle Robert Cude Rudolf Rudolf Hess Russian Schneidemuhl September Serbia shells ship siege of Przemysl sleep soldiers Somme town trenches Turkish U-Boat Vasily Mishnin village Western Front Winnie wounded write yesterday Yves Yves Congar