Anti-war essays, poems, short stories and literary excerpts
American writers on peace and against war
Humphrey Cobb: Generals are reassured by the smell of the dead
Humphrey Cobb: Hallucination of fantastic butchery; too much for one man to bear
Humphrey Cobb: The paths of glory lead but to the rats
Humphrey Cobb: Reworking the sixth commandment for war; thou shalt not commit individual murder
Humphrey Cobb: War never settled anything except who was the strongest
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