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World War I Literature]. Rouff, Frederic - Series Editor
COLLECTION "PATRIE"
[Paris], 1920. 71 issues [of 154]. 24 or 32 pages each. Text in French. Illustrated. 8vo. Approximately half of a series of short, ro- manticized French World War I novels un- der the editorship of Frédéric Rouff, and heavily influenced by war-time propaganda. Each fascicle is devoted to a battle, event, or military unit during the Great War, written by a number of journalists and novelists, most heavily represented here by Georges-Gus- tave Toudouze, Maxime Vuillaume, Georges Spitzmuller, Leon Groc, and Henry Frichet. Notable accounts include Léon Groc's La Reprise du Fort de Douaumont (no. 2); Miss Cavell: Héroïne et Martyre (no. 3); Georges-G. Toudouze's Combat Naval du Jutland (no. 12); Groc's Les Vitriers à Bezonvaux (no. 14); his Les Héros de Notre-Dame-de-Lorette (no. 41); his Les Brancardiers du Bois le Prêtre (no. 94); his La victoire de la Piave (no. 97); Henry de Chazel's Les Pontonniers sur la Marne (no. 101); Jean Petithu- guenin's Verdun (no. 104); Georges Spitzmuller's Soissons Reconquis (no. 106); Spitzmuller's Chateau-Thi- erry Délivré (no. 114); Spitzmuller's La Victoire de Saint-Mihiel (no. 117); Joseph Mongis's Le 18 Juil- let 1918 (no. 130); and Spitzmuller's La Bataille pour Cambrai (no. 132). Approximately half of a series of short, ro- manticized French World War I novels un- der the editorship of Frédéric Rouff, and heavily influenced by war-time propaganda. Each fascicle is devoted to a battle, event, or military unit during the Great War, written by a number of journalists and novelists, most heavily represented here by Georges-Gus- tave Toudouze, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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