1893. This book is a collection of verses by American Soldiers in France chosen and brought together by Gibbons from the thousand submitted in the "New York Herald"'s Literary Competition. But, the book is more than a collection of poems. It is a message from the American soldiers abroad to the home folks, written on the decks of transports, in French villages, in muddy camps, in the trenches, beside cannon or camion, in hospitals. Each writer speaks for thousands of his fellows. And the form of the message is that which youth loves to employ in framing the thoughts of the heart. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
Release date NZ
April 1st, 2005
Edited by Herbert Adams Gibbons
Country of Publication
Kessinger Publishing Co
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