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Blutarski27 Apr 2022 4:55 p.m. PST

Just picked the a/m book (English translation) up via AMAZON. It's a very interesting and insightful account by a French infantryman 1915-1918 on the Western Front. Consider it the French analogue to Ernst Junger's "STORM OF STEEL".

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whitejamest28 Apr 2022 7:10 a.m. PST

Thanks for reminding me about this one, I think it's time I gave it a read.

Blutarski28 Apr 2022 10:04 a.m. PST

Hi whitejamest -
It's hard to find English language translations of WW1 French references. If you know of any other WW1-oriented English translations of French works, please pass them along. I'd be interested.

Thanks / Byron

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