A compilation of popular fiction and non-fiction excerpts detailing the heroic and harrowing experiences of the First World War.
Not a soul in sight except the sentinels guarding the railways, muffled to the eyes, or peering out of their pine-boughs at the cross roads."
Edith Wharton, Coming Home
Published to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of The Great War, CLASSIC STORIES OF WORLD WAR I brings together the works of world-class authors, such as Joseph Conrad and W. Somet Maugham, who lived through the conflict.
From the home front to the western front, in the trenches or behind enemy lines, on land or at sea, this collection is a unique insight into the "war to end war."
JOSEPH CONRAD, The Tale
W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM, The Traitor (from Ashenden)
ERNEST HEMINGWAY, In Another Country (from Men Without Women)
EDITH WHARTON, Coming Home
STACY AUMONIER, Them Others
JOHN W. THOMASON, JR, War Dog
GEORGES DUHAMEL, Rechoussat's Christmas (from Civilisation)
H. M. THOMLINSON, Armistice (from Waiting for Daylight)
C. E. MONTAGUE, Honours Easy (from Fiery Particles)
RICHARD ALDINGTON, Introduction to the Trenches (from Death of a Hero)
JOHN GALSWORTHY, Defeat (from Six Short Plays)
PAUL ALVERDES, The Man in the Next Bed (from The Next Man)
LEO V. JACKS, One Hundred Per Cent
KARL WILKE, Marie-Luise
H. M. Tomlinson, A Raid Night (from Waiting for Daylight)
JAMES WARNER BELLAH, Fear
JAMES B. WHARTON, Among the Trumpets
W. TOWNEND, No Quarter
W. F. MORRIS, Souvenirs
ARED WHITE, The Watch on the Rhine