Goodbye to All ThatBook - 1966 | New ed., rev., with a prologue and epilogue.
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Poet Robert Graves fought with the Royal Welsh Fusiliers during WW1 and this is his powerful account of experience of the stupidy and suffering of war and how it changes people.
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An "eyes wide open" view of life in the trenches during World War I. Graves, the author of "I, Claudius", gives a graphic, tragic view of life on the front lines. It's dirty, bloody, frightening, and matter-of-fact. We get a view of "shell-shock" before it was PTSD and received the recognition and treatment it deserves.
History becomes real to me through accounts like this. I highly recommend it for history and WWI buffs, and anyone who appreciates a good memoir.
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