Edited by C.B. Purdom.
Red cloth discoloured and slightly worn, especially spine, foxing to preliminary pages, some pencilling on back pastedown, possibly missing free back endpaper (following p.425).
Still a good serviceable copy of a scarce item about First World War experiences.
The editor of the Everyman magazine invited readers to send in accounts of their own war experiences, 3,000 words maximum. He received over 300 submissions, and the very best of them (60) are published here, covering 1914, France & Flanders, Gallipoli, Macedonia, Palestine, Mesopotamia, German East Africa, In the Air, Women, on sea, and prisoners. "... They mostly show what war is from the soldier's point of view".