This history of World War I traces the intertwined lives of a selection of British citizens before and during the conflict. Some supported the war and some opposed it, and most of them were fairly important for their respective side.
The scope and senselessness of the tragedy are difficult to comprehend, but this book helps a little. What terrible mistakes are we making that future generations will look back on with incomprehension?
Thank you, Amy.
Site was down for a few days, should be OK now that I have my DNS in order.