New York, 1st ed., 1933. Vii + 307 pp., frontis. Red cloth; fore-edge uncut; 22 x 15cm. Damp to rear cover o/w V.G. This is a personal and vivid account of the campaigns of World War I told by a New York journalist. Amongst others, chapters include: The March to Armageddon. The Coming of the British. The Fall of Antwerp. The Fighting in Champagne. The Retaking of Alsace. With the Italians. Military Intelligence. The Wild West Division. A.P.O. 174.