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"Gassed" by John Singer Sargent
A book I found
that might help those looking for information on American women's
role in the war:
Though I cannot
answer historical questions on WWI,
From the State Library of NSW - Frank Hurley's WW1 photographs (Extraordinary).... Death, the Reaper 1917’ is rivalled by few other photographs in its blatant expression of misery, loss and hopelessness. The body of a young soldier lies crumpled in a ditch in the foreground, the surrounding landscape nothing but a chaotic mess of bodies, fallen trees and mud. Info on the exhibition.
TO END ALL WARS A Story of Loyalty and Rebellion, 1914-1918 -- By Adam Hochschild
Abe Books - Trench Literature – Reading in World War I
From Rose: "To celebrate the 90th anniversary of the USA entering ww1 an ehibition of American posters from WW1 has been organised , 40km from where I live in northern France where very important battles took place."
Doughboy Center -