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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: This is an outstanding personal memoir penned by a German infantry officer recalling his experiences during the initial days and weeks of the war in the West, July-September 1914. Walter Bloem was a Captain in the German 12th Grenadier Regiment (Royal Prussian Grenadier Regiment Prinz Carl von Preuen, 2nd Brandenburg, Nr 12 - to give his unit its full title). His narrative gives a superb insight into the outbreak of war and his regiment's mobilization, followed by the advance through Belgium and France, including the author's participation at the battles of Mons, Le Cateau, the Marne and the Aisne.His account of what it was like to face Britain's 'Old Contemptibles' at Mons is particularly valuable. Before the war, the author was a novelist, and The Advance from Mons clearly shows this - it is written with a great eye for detail, careful yet vivid descriptions abound and importantly, from a historical perspective, the book was penned whilst Herr Bloem convalesced from a wound he received at the battle of the Aisne. Such was the quality of his writing, that J.E. Edmonds, the British official historian of the Great War commented: "Some of the scenes . are so truly and vividly depicted that I gave translations of them in the Official History, feeling that they could not be bettered." This is a high quality reprint of the 1930 original, newly typeset.REVIEWS .".what makes this book special is the fact that Bloehm was a novelist in civilian life, and uses his literary skills to describe in detail the actions and emotions from the perspective of a front line soldier.Bloehm wrote in late 1914 while convalescing from wounds, so the vivid details of these first two months of the war were still fresh and unclouded. "Military Modelcraft International. Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: This is an outstanding personal memoir penned by a German infantry officer recalling his experiences during the initial days and weeks of the war in the West, July-September 1914. Walter Bloem was a Captain in the German 12th Grenadier Regiment (Royal Prussian Grenadier Regiment Prinz Carl von Preuen, 2nd Brandenburg, Nr 12 - to give his unit its full title). His narrative gives a superb insight into the outbreak of war and his regiment's mobilization, followed by the advance through Belgium and France, including the author's participation at the battles of Mons, Le Cateau, the Marne and the Aisne.

His account of what it was like to face Britain's 'Old Contemptibles' at Mons is particularly valuable. Before the war, the author was a novelist, and The Advance from Mons clearly shows this - it is written with a great eye for detail, careful yet vivid descriptions abound and importantly, from a historical perspective, the book was penned whilst Herr Bloem convalesced from a wound he received at the battle of the Aisne. Such was the quality of his writing, that J.E. Edmonds, the British official historian of the Great War commented: "Some of the scenes ... are so truly and vividly depicted that I gave translations of them in the Official History, feeling that they could not be bettered." This is a high quality reprint of the 1930 original, newly typeset.

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Descrizione libro Helion Company, United Kingdom, 2011. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. 228 x 144 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. This is an outstanding personal memoir penned by a German infantry officer recalling his experiences during the initial days and weeks of the war in the West, July-September 1914. Walter Bloem was a Captain in the German 12th Grenadier Regiment (Royal Prussian Grenadier Regiment Prinz Carl von Preussen, 2nd Brandenburg, Nr 12, to give his unit its full title). His narrative gives a superb insight into the outbreak of war and his regiment s mobilisation, followed by the advance through Belgium and France, including the author s participation at the battles of Mons, Le Cateau, the Marne and the Aisne. His account of what it was like to face Britain s Old Contemptibles at Mons is particularly valuable. Before the war, the author was a novelist, and The Advance from Mons clearly shows this - it is written with a great eye for detail, careful yet vivid descriptions abound and importantly, from a historical perspective, the book was penned whilst Herr Bloem convalesced from a wound he received at the battle of the Aisne. Such was the quality of his writing, that J.E. Edmonds, the British official historian of the Great War commented: Some of the scenes .are so truly and vividly depicted that I gave translations of them in the Official History, feeling that they could not be bettered. Codice libro della libreria AAJ9781907677045

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Descrizione libro Helion & Company. Paperback. Condizione libro: new. BRAND NEW, The Advance from Mons 1914: The Experiences of a German Infantry Officer, Walter Bloem, This is an outstanding personal memoir penned by a German infantry officer recalling his experiences during the initial days and weeks of the war in the West, July-September 1914. Walter Bloem was a Captain in the German 12th Grenadier Regiment (Royal Prussian Grenadier Regiment Prinz Carl von Preussen, 2nd Brandenburg, Nr 12 - to give his unit its full title). His narrative gives a superb insight into the outbreak of war and his regiment's mobilization, followed by the advance through Belgium and France, including the author's participation at the battles of Mons, Le Cateau, the Marne and the Aisne.His account of what it was like to face Britain's 'Old Contemptibles' at Mons is particularly valuable. Before the war, the author was a novelist, and The Advance from Mons clearly shows this - it is written with a great eye for detail, careful yet vivid descriptions abound and importantly, from a historical perspective, the book was penned whilst Herr Bloem convalesced from a wound he received at the battle of the Aisne. Such was the quality of his writing, that J.E. Edmonds, the British official historian of the Great War commented: "Some of the scenes are so truly and vividly depicted that I gave translations of them in the Official History, feeling that they could not be bettered." This is a high quality reprint of the 1930 original, newly typeset.REVIEWS what makes this book special is the fact that Bloehm was a novelist in civilian life, and uses his literary skills to describe in detail the actions and emotions from the perspective of a front line soldier .Bloehm wrote in late 1914 while convalescing from wounds, so the vivid details of these first two months of the war were still fresh and unclouded. Military Modelcraft International extremely well written and serves as an outstanding snapshot of life during the hectic and dynamic days of the summer and fall of 1914. War History Online". Codice libro della libreria B9781907677045

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