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Horrors and atrocities of the great war, including the tragic destruction of the Lusitania, a new kind of warfare, comprising the desolation of Belgium, the sacking of Louvain, the shelling of defenseless cities, the wanton destruction of cathedrals and works of art, the horrors of bomb dropping, vividly portraying the grim awfulness of this greatest of all wars fought on land and sea, in the air and under the waves, leaving in its wake a dreadful trail of famine and pestilence
Author Marshall, Logan
Date 1915
Format Book (366 pages)
Language English
Subject History
Contributor Library of Congress