France at War

150th Anniversary Edition

Rudyard Kipling

France at War

Rudyard Kipling

Distributed for Uniform Press

80 pages | 5 x 7 | © 2016
Cloth $13.95 ISBN: 9781910500125 Published April 2016 For Sale in USA and Canada Only
Considered by many to be the most popular British writer of the early twentieth century, Rudyard Kipling has left an enduring legacy in the hearts, culture, and history of English literature. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 1907, and the power of his writing has emanated to this very day. What many people aren’t aware of, however, is just how extensive his journalistic writings were during his lifetime. Published to coincide with the 150th anniversary of Kipling’s birth, these beautifully packaged cloth editions of his original articles and reports will fascinate fans of Kipling or anyone with an interest in military history or wartime daily life.

France at War presents articles Kipling wrote for The Daily Telegraph and the New York Sun based upon his tour as a journalist with the French armed forces at the front in 1915. 
Contents
Poem
France
I On the Frontier of Civilization
II The Nation’s Spirit and a New Inheretance
III Battle Spectacle and a Review
IV The Spirit of the People
V Life in Trenches on the Mountain Side
VI The Common Task of a Great People
 
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