Kipling and War From ‘Tommy’ to ‘My Boy Jack’

An anthology by Andrew Lycett.

Although Rudyard Kipling never fought, he was one of Britain’s foremost observers of and commentators on war. Through his writing, the voices of countless soldiers and the guns of many battles echo through the years and place Kipling firmly among the leading practitioners of 19th and 20th century war literature.

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