Death's Men: Soldiers of the Great War

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Penguin Books, 1979 - Soldiers - 283 pages
The author examines the lives of the British soldiers on the battlefield including military training, trench warfare, home leave, attitudes toward the Germans, and life after the war.

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User Review  - jamespurcell - LibraryThing

Candid portrayals of soldier's lives in WW1. It would seem that its greatness was perceived only by generals and writers. Lest we forget; artillery was still being fired almost until the last minute before the Armistice. Read full review

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User Review  - jztemple - LibraryThing

An excellent book, but very sobering. Based almost exclusively on memoirs, private letters and newspaper articles, it relates the British experience of WWI on the Western Front from the view of the ... Read full review

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Introduction
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The Kitchener armies form
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