This is too good a record of one facet of the world war to go unnoticed. Written by a Scot, a lad who joined up at sixteen...

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THE WINDING ROAD UNFOLDS

This is too good a record of one facet of the world war to go unnoticed. Written by a Scot, a lad who joined up at sixteen and served until he was wounded and his true age revealed, it gives disillusioned youth's slant on the horrors, the terrors and the comradery of the great struggle. In front line trenches and behind the lines, on leave and in stolen moments snatched from death, he lived it all to the hilt and gives here a personal record.

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Publisher: Putnam

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937