Review: THE FACES OF WORLD WAR I by Max Arthur

ww1ha recently read and reviewed The Faces of World War I by Max Arthur for the WWI Reading Challenge in 2012.  Here’s an excerpt:

There’s a comic picture of a group of German soldiers before the war. One of them seems to be holding boots, until you look closer and see that he’s holding on his shoulders the feet of his buddy doing a handstand behind him. Everyone in the photo is having a good time.

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