The Smell of War : Three Americans in the Trenches of World War I.
"The war has a smell that clings to everything military, fills the troop-trains, hospitals, and cantonments, and saturates one's own clothing, a smell compounded of horse, chemicals, sweat, mud, dirt, and human beings."--Henry Sheahan. The smell of War opens with these evocative words...
|Published:||College Station : Texas A & M University Press, 2017.|
|Series:||C.A. Brannen series.
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- The "wood of death": 1914-1918
- The coming of war: 1914
- The ambulance driver: 1915-1916
- The soldiers: 1917-1919.