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Home [3] Home [3] Thomas, Edward (1878-1917) 1979 Poem
How far civilians were aware of war situation. How far civilians were aware of war situation. Thorpe-Tracey, R. 1973 Interview
I Wonder What it Feels Like to be Drowned? I Wonder What it Feels Like to be Drowned? Graves, Robert (1895-1985) (1995, 1997, 1999) Poem
Importance of trench experience for survival; deceptive peacefulness of trench warfare for new soldiers. Importance of trench experience for survival; deceptive peacefulness of trench warfare for new soldiers. Oxley, Henry 1975 Interview
Impressions of American National Guard Division: keen soldiers but lacking basic training and discipline. Impressions of American National Guard Division: keen soldiers but lacking basic training and discipline. Grover, John Malcolm Lawrence 1973 Interview
Inadequacies of equipment for trench warfare; issue of periscopes. Inadequacies of equipment for trench warfare; issue of periscopes. Grover, John Malcolm Lawrence 1973 Interview
Inadequacies of training demonstrated by soldiers' reactions to first taste of warfare. Inadequacies of training demonstrated by soldiers' reactions to first taste of warfare. Clarke, Walter Ernest 1973 Interview
Inadequacies of training: insufficient experience of gas chamber. Inadequacies of training: insufficient experience of gas chamber. Clarke, Walter Ernest 1973 Interview
Inadequacy of gas training in 1917 Inadequacy of gas training in 1917 Hewitt, Leonard James 1973 Interview
Inadequacy of recruits' training in 1917 Inadequacy of recruits' training in 1917 Hewitt, Leonard James 1973 Interview