As the butt of both the other village boys' creel pranks and his father's bad temper, puny Olda is used to fighting back...

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LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC: All About Me, and Julie, and The End of the Great War

As the butt of both the other village boys' creel pranks and his father's bad temper, puny Olda is used to fighting back against a hostile world, and after his family's beloved mare Julie is stolen from him by some German soldiers, Olda wanders through the no-man's land between advancing Russians and retreating Nazis in a futile attempt to steal a replacement for her.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Jan. 1, 1973