From Publishers Weekly
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a companion to his famous book on World War I. Based on author's experience as a combat infantryman and a professor of English literature. Read morePublished 11 days ago by William L. Robinson
I started reading this and after 2 short chapters I strongly questioned if it was going to be worth continuing. Read morePublished 3 months ago by hudunit333
I picked this book up for my college class it was in good condition and what I needed.
This is a great read and still is beyond it being required for college.
In his other works, Paul Fussell has described his growing up and his experiences in battle -- battle in a literal sense, not just serving in the armed forces. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Steven Daedalus
This book should be in every school recruiting office in the land. This book should be read by all those ignorant fools who pipe and claptrap that ww2 was 'the good war' and we... Read morePublished 12 months ago by che handala
Fusell has a unique take on world war. 2 He was there, and he sure strips away the glamor. This is not really an action war story, as the writer is super cerebralPublished 12 months ago by Mcgregor R. Pearce
Witty analysis of the Second World War. Takes a good look at the blunders and pre-conceived ideas about the participants.Published 16 months ago by a
Paul Fussell was there. At 20, he was a machine gunner and then a lieutenant from Normandy until the Rhine. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Edward I.