Military > World War I

    A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway

The best American novel to emerge from World War I, A Farewell to Arms is the unforgettable story on an American ambulance driver on the Italian front and his passion for a beautiful nurse.

Year: 1929
Genre: 1910sWorld War I

    A Storm in Flanders by Winston Groom

The Ypres Salient, 1914-1918: Tragedy and Triumph on the Western Front. Winston Groom's gripping history of the four-year battle for Ypres in Belgian Flanders, the pivotal engagement of World War I that would forever change the way the world fought -- and thought about -- war. In 1914, Germany launched an invasion of France through neutral Belgium -- and brought the wrath of the world upon itself.

Year: 2002
Genre: World War I

    The Enormous Room by e e cummings

Cummings spent three months in a French prison. From this experience came "The Enormous Room", a prose account of life in a military prison that contains no traces of bitterness or self-pity commonly found in such works. Instead, Cummings looked at the daily life and the strange characters in the enormous room with the playful eye and original wit so often apparent in his poems. Readers will delight in this early work by one of America's most unique literary voices.

Year: 1922
Genre: World War I

    The Generals by Winston Groom

Patton, Macarthur, Marshall, and the Winning of World War II. Celebrated historian Winston Groom tells the uniquely American tales of George Patton, Douglas MacArthur, and George Marshall, from World War I to World War II. These three remarkable men-of-arms who rose from the gruesome hell of the First World War to become the finest generals of their generation during World War II redefined America's ideas of military leadership and brought forth a new generation of American soldier.

Year: 2015
Genre: World War IWorld War II

    The Given Day by Dennis Lehane

Set in Boston at the end of the First World War, captures the political and social unrest of a nation caught at the crossroads where past meets future. Filled with a cast of richly drawn, unforgettable characters, "The Given Day" tells the story of two families--one black, one white--swept up in a maelstrom of revolutionaries and anarchists, immigrants and ward bosses, Brahmins and ordinary citizens, all engaged in a battle for survival and power.

Year: 2008
Genre: World War I


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-- -- -- --1929 A Farewell to Arms Ernest Hemingway 1910sWorld War I
-- -- -- --2002 A Storm in Flanders Winston Groom World War I
-- -- -- --1922 The Enormous Room e e cummings World War I
-- -- -- --2015 The Generals Winston Groom World War IWorld War II
-- -- -- --2008 The Given Day Dennis Lehane CoughlinWorld War I
-- -- -- --2020 The Haunting of H. G. Wells Robert Masello 1910sWhats NewWorld War I
-- -- -- --1982 The Man from St. Petersburg Ken Follett EspionageWorld War I
-- -- -- --2004 To the Last Man Jeff Shaara World War I