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The attached World War I letter posted on the right first appeared on the pages of THE CAMBRIDGE MAGAZINE and it was written by a German soldier who is simply identified as "a socialist". Writing to his wife from the war-torn Eastern Front, he describes what the man-made Hell of industrial war was like - the gas shells, the grenades, the ceaseless rattle of machine guns and the never ending groans of the wounded. The soldier concludes that if only the kings who were responsible for the war could witness this carnage for only fifteen minutes, then surely the war would end.

Click here to read about the foreign-born soldiers who served in the American Army of the First World War.

     


The Noises of Battle (The Cambridge Magazine, 1916)

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