R. Jackson Marshall III
Describes the Great War as seen through the eyes of North Carolina doughboys who fought on the western front in Belgium and France. Based on a collection of tape-recorded interviews with Tar Heel veterans and their diaries and letters, this volume tells about the horrific battles and discomforts of war as experienced by common soldiers.
Includes biographical sketches of the veterans, a bibliography, and 97 striking black-and-white illustrations.
Paperbound. Pp. xiii, 208. Illus. Index. (1998) (t)