by Paul Alexander Bartlett
Publisher: My Friend Publisher 1998
Number of pages: 203
Forward, Children! is a gripping anti-war novel. It brings vividly back to life the experience of WWII tank warfare as it was fought and endured by soldiers in the tank corps. The novel is also a story of love in French Ermenonville, where Rousseau lived during the last period in his life and was buried.
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