Between 1914 and 1918, as many as 8.5 million soldiers gave their lives in 'The Great War'. Many set off for the front lines filled with optimism and a belief that the war would be over in a few months. They soon learned of the true horrors of war. A few sought to share their experiences with the wider world as they wrote diaries, personal accounts of life in the trenches and poems.
This 5-volume box-set includes a diverse range of accounts by Allied soldiers and a collection of poetry:
• Nothing of Importance by Bernard Adams
• The Great War as I Saw It by Frederick George Scott
• A Woman's Experiences in the Great War by Louise Mack
• What the 'Boys' Did Over There edited by Henry L. Fox
• The Poetry of World War I
Perfect for military history enthusiasts, this collection contains powerful and moving accounts of World War I from the voices of those who experienced it.