The editor invited readers of ‘Everyman’ to send him personal accounts of the Great War in not more than three thousand words – in less than three weeks he had received over three hundred narratives, this is a selection of the very best. The narrators who were not professional writers, give a very good representation of the fighting man.
EVERYMAN AT WAR Sixty Personal Narratives Of Fighting By All Ranks On Land Sea And Air During The Great War
Excellent collection of sixty firsthand British accounts of service in the Great War, with an emphasis on the Western Front but covering all theatres on land, sea and in the air, throwing light on almost every phase of the war, by writers of all ranks, from private to lieutenant-colonel.
Edited by C B Purdom
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SB xi+425pp 2019 N&MP Reprint of 1930 Original Edition