Men in War
by Andreas Latzko
Publisher: ManyBooks 1918
Number of pages: 123
The book contains six artistically written episodes in which an Austrian officer pictures war as a sickening horror and an exploitation of the poor. Its sordidness being entirely unrelieved by any ideal of patriotism, it may tend to leave an impression of the utter unjustifiability of either side of the war.
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