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Back to the Front: An Accidental Historian Walks the Trenches of World War I
DescriptionWorld War I is beyond the memory of almost everyone alive today. Yet it has left as deep a scar on the imaginative landscape of our century as it has on the land where it was fought. Nowhere is that more evident than on the Western Front―the sinuous, deadly line of trenches that stretched from the coast of Belgium to the border of France and Switzerland, a narrow swath of land in which so many million lives were lost.
For journalist Stephen O'Shea, the legacy of the Great War is personal
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I believe I first read of UXBs when I read Back to the Front, An Accidental Historian Walks the Trenches of WW I A salient sentence from that book still stands clear in my memory: My father hated your father, so I hate you. ... more
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