1st ed., 1919. Vii + 356 (+ 4) pp. Cloth; gilt armorial to front; 22 x 14cm. Some marks to covers; corners a little bumped; e.p., worn along front hinge o/w V.G. Published in 1919, this is a personal account of the First World War by a private in the Scots Guards. The author served in the latter stages of the war and he gives an interesting account of the March to the Rhine and the fall of France. The book also gives an important insight into discipline and daily life in the British Army at this time.