WE HAVE MENTIONED THE INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE’S JOHN KRAMER BEFORE, but now his novel Blythe has been released on Audible. He’s a reader, so I guess this counts as a reader book plug. . .
Also recommended by SB Passchendaele by Steele and Hart
The service corps had lived up to its informal motto: “The impossible we do immediately; the miraculous takes a little longer.”
This image, recorded in November of 1917, depicts a wounded German soldier and a wounded Canadian soldier sharing a cigarette light while lying in the mud during the battle of Passchendaele. Library and Archives Canada
Passchendaele: they called it 'the Battle of the Mud' ... Passchendaele had its roots in December 1916, at a Christmas Conference between the Allies, it was there that it was decided that 1917 would be the year of joint offensives to finally break the German Army.