World War I Essay | Student Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 18 pages of analysis of World War I.
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World War I

Summary: This essay is on the soldier experience in World War I. It is an essay that provides much information on the key factors of World War I in a soldier's perspective.
" The developed world was poised on the brink of war in 1911, with Britain and Germany in an arms race and all the great powers locked in precarious alliances." (Pg 40) A soldier's wife received her husband's journals that he wrote while out in war for his country. His name was Kobra Bubbles. He had died at the war that ended World War 1 in honour and bravery. He was a good man, who loved his family dearly and will miss them all as he wrote in every journal article how much he loved his family missing them dearly. As he writes each time he had a chance.

Dear Journal

As I write to you, I am on a train off to a military camp. I miss my family all so much already, I wish I could see them but in time I will. I am getting ready to go...

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