Harry Davis Trounce celebrated one birthday marching for miles through knee-deep grime through the trenches with seventy more soldiers, listening to the blasts of artillery fire and contemplating their recent losses. His war memoir, published in 1885 after the encouragement of friends and family, stands out as a departure from the standard perspective on military heroism. Trounce set out to write an account that will shine light on a facet of the military that is rarely remembered in massively-budgeted, Oscar-nominated films. An ode to the engineers and sapers who quietly alter the course of international conflicts, Trounce achieves his goal and more through his fascinating memoir.
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