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  • The Great War and What Happened After

  • The Diary of Charles Edward Wells
  • By: Charles Wells
  • Narrated by: Sam Galimore
  • Length: 40 mins

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The Great War and What Happened After

By: Charles Wells
Narrated by: Sam Galimore
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Publisher's Summary

Charles Edward Wells deployed to France, and we join him there in the summer of 1918, following a vicious attack wherein he lost his first diary. We then see the full scale of war through his eyes. Not only the mortal danger of combat, but also a good bit of what happens to a soldier when he's not on the front line. This realism makes the combat all the more jarring when it does happen. For the listener is not inundated with a constant sense of mortal peril, but also experiences the drudgery of war that makes the mortal peril feel fresh and allows the listener to relate more to the every day experiences that also occur during war.

©2023 Charles Bolton (P)2023 Charles Bolton

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