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Nothing of Importance

As for so many young men in 1914, going to war was a great adventure. Placing his focus on the day to day existence of the soldiers in the trenches, Adams presents a grim picture of mud-coated billets, relentless artillery barrages, working parties, training and the art of military sniping. Understated and striving for truth over melodrama, Nothing of Importance is the original memoir of the First World War – the only record published while the conflict was still being fought – and the definitive account of trench warfare.

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