1 thought on “World War I”

  1. This is about as authoritative an overview of the Great War as you're likely to get. The beautiful and harrowing images- from the fields of battle to garish propaganda posters- don't hurt, either. This is the second book by Ms. Everett I've read, and as with "Lost Berlin," I'm once again blown away by the rare images she's able to find.The book is well-organized into chapters that can be digested in one sitting, and revisited from one's armchair from time to time (or passed down through the gene [...]

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