War's Dark Frame
by Wadsworth Camp
Publisher: Dodd, Mead and company 1917
Number of pages: 316
Abruptly we realized that war for the individual has the quality of a perpetual and tragic disaster. Later, in the cities of Europe, in the devastated districts, in the towns under bombardment, in the front line trenches, that truth was forced upon me. So I have remembered chiefly the human incidents and impressions that will have a real meaning for the individual, who has had the foresight to visualize himself, his family, and his friends entangled in the struggle.
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