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"This dike," said Levitt. Robert blinked. Levitt stared through the fog. Robert
looked over his shoulder. Birds. Levitt said: "I can't tell 4iow far, but somewhere
back there you took the wrong turning and you've come out onto this dike and the
Levitt, thinking to inject some interest into the conversation, made himself
thoroughly unpopular by quoting Clausewitz as follows: "Clausewitz says the true
basis of combat is man to man. He says for that reason an army of artillery is an ...
Levitt spoke from under the table. "Do you think I should' come out?" he asked. "
We aren't playing hide-and-seek," said Rodwell. "Please come out, by all means
— if you're so inclined." The flour and the dust had settled sufficiently for Robert ...
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A story about World War one, that is not long, but hits the gut hard. I read this as part of a group read so it took a while as there were assigned sections, but I finally had to read ahead and finish ... Consulter l'avis complet
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Publisher’s Summary: Robert Ross, a sensitive nineteen-year-old Canadian officer, went to war — The War to End All Wars. He found himself in the nightmare world of trench warfare, of mud and smoke ... Consulter l'avis complet
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