Reviews

  • "A historical echo chamber, agog with eye-witnesses, newspaper head-lines, memoirs, massacres and maniacs. He arranges his relic with moving irony. '"

    Sunday Times
  • "This valuable and entertaining anthology. . . does not set out to de-mythologize the war. . . But it goes a long way towards decosmeticizing it, showing the savage realities in which the myth had its roots."

    Observer

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