1914-1918 An Eyewitness to War, ed. Bob Carruthers,
Four very varied eyewitness accounts of the First World War, including
a look at the front by the Director of French Propaganda, a memoir of
four weeks spent in the Austrian Army at the start of the war, an
American journalist's visit to Verdun and the memoirs of an Official War
Artist. These are all fascinating, and provide a very different view
of the war to the normal soldier's memoirs.
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