SURGEON WITH THE KAISER'S ARMY
The author gave up his medical studies at Freiburg University in 1914 to enlist in the German Army. Despite being unqualified he was promoted to medical officer and given command of an ambulance train on the Western Front. In this memoir, Westmann's writings illustrate life and death in the front line and the humor that sustained soldiers of all nationalities. 16 pages of photos.
Publisher: Pen & Sword
Item #: 2784408
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