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Ell the author explores this uniue and terrifying world the rituals of battle the habits of daily life and. I don t know why I have such a morbid fascination with this bizarre war but this book will make your skin crawl with horror as it described in

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Eye Deep In Hell Trench Warfare in World War I

Millions of men lived in the trenches during World War I More than six million died there In Eye Deep in H. I like my history packed full of tangents details and painfully dry exposition This book has all three and is therefore my favorite book about

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The constant struggle of men to find meaning amid excruciating boredom and the specter of impending death. I like this book precisely because it is what it purports to be a look at trench warfare in WWI mostly from the view of the soldiers themselves


10 thoughts on “Eye Deep In Hell Trench Warfare in World War I

  1. says:

    Illuminates the Horrific Primal Nature of the Great War While World War I has always been dubbed “The Great War” it may actually be the “Forgotten War” in terms of how little is remembered of the horrible manner in which it was fought

  2. says:

    I like my history packed full of tangents details and painfully dry exposition This book has all three and is therefore my favorite book about trench warefare during WWI Sure you can find books that are comprehensi

  3. says:

    Excellent look at the experience of trench warfare in the Western Front from 1914 1918 This was reuired reading for a college course on World War I

  4. says:

    This book made me feel like I was in the trenches

  5. says:

    I don't know why I have such a morbid fascination with this bizarre war but this book will make your skin crawl with horror as it described in detail what it was actually like to be down in those trenches day after day I did keep thinking that if you told a group of women now guess what your country wants you to go down into this trench filled with frozen mud lice and giant rats and stay there for four years until of course a she

  6. says:

    In 2015 I came across a review of this book I wrote in 2001 for a Military History college course I had not recollection of reading this book but I also forgot about reading James McPherson's For Cause and Comrades earlier in the same class which this review implies that I hated it at the time When I read McPherson in 2013 I thought it was great Here is the entire review with a little editingWorld War I is i

  7. says:

    I like John Ellis He doesn't write as much as he used to which I think is a shame He was one of the first historia

  8. says:

    I like this book precisely because it is what it purports to be a look at trench warfare in WWI mostly from the view of the soldiers themselves Other books dealing with The Great War of course mention this most horrible aspect of the war devote part of a chapter to how this approach to warfare came in to being and maybe discuss the lurid aspects of what these men actually went through but until reading this I had no idea of the simple Hell

  9. says:

    I read this book several years ago while doing research for a short comic I was writing The book is well researc

  10. says:

    This book was so very educational It was a first reader for learning about WWI Trench Warfare It was not as graphic as some of the tales from the trench that I read later but it was much informative I highly recom