Trench Warfare, 1914-1918: The Live and Let Live System

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Pan Books, 2000 - Sociology, Military - 266 pages
Tony Ashworth describes a curious culture of live and let live that evolved between enemies in the trenches of World War 1. It was a culture that was spontaneous, unplanned yet ongoing throughout the war, and it gave soldiers some control.

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Easily the most informative book on the trench warfare of the Great War that I have found. Absolutely outstanding.

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