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In World War I, possibly the most horrific modern war, two soldier poets put down their thoughts in poetry telling us much about wars and the people who fight them. This is a wonderful production with a very timely subject.
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  • Paul
  • 02-08-13

Great audible book

Anyone that has an interest in the Great War of 1914/1918 this book is a must the poems are beautiful and moving and the letters written home. My fav is of course the poem in Flanders field and the one at chapter 21. For 3.99 this book is worth every penny.