Eye-Deep in Hell: Trench Warfare in World War I, by John Ellis (read 11 Jan 2002) This is a 1977 book, bitter but amazing in showing what men can endure. Except for the lack of footnotes, this was a really great work and anyone interested in what trench warfare was really like should read it.
Eye-Deep in Hell by John Ellis, 9780801839474, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
ISBN: 0141391081 9780141391083: OCLC Number: 48066592: Notes: Originally published: London: Croom Helm, 1976. Description: 214 pages: illustrations, map; 25 cm.
Just remember men and woman get so many things done to try to look beautiful. But are they really beautiful inside? I need to do a speech on this and im not sure how to start eaither. I'm thinking.
Deep time’s hugeness, and especially the distance between events within it, is a trip to comprehend. Cleopatra, for instance, died in 30 B.C., but she lived closer to the present day than when.
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