By Emilio Lussu,Mark Thompson,Gregory Conti
For Lussu, June 1916 to July 1917 was once a yr of constant attacks on impregnable trenches, absurd missions concocted by way of commanders packed with patriotic rhetoric and conceit yet missing in tactical ability, and episodes usually tragic and infrequently gruesome, the place the incompetence of his personal part was once as harmful because the assaults waged through the enemy. a unprecedented firsthand account of the Italian entrance, Lussu's memoir succeeds in staging a fierce indictment of the futility of conflict in a dry, frequently ironic kind that units his story entirely except the Western entrance of Remarque and provides an astonishingly smooth voice to the literature of the good War.
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A Soldier on the Southern Front: The Classic Italian Memoir of World War 1 by Emilio Lussu,Mark Thompson,Gregory Conti