An authentic diary of Josef AnrAimek, a Czech soldier drafted to the Hungaro-Austrian army to fight from the beginning of World War 1. He was captured by Serbs. He survived and describes a series of death marches through Serbia and Albania. He was then confined in a concentration camp at the italian island of Asinara which comprises an important part of his story. Later he was transfered to a more humanly captivity in France where his diary ends.Today it is exactly 6 months since we landed on Asinara, and we are embarking on a journey to France. The ship is huge, and is called aquot;Seineaquot;. Good ... How will we do there? The anchor is raised, I look back to say Good Bye to our comrades beyond that white wall there, under the green grass. You poor ones, this is where you found the peace that everyone was looking forward to so much. Sleep tightanbsp;...
|Title||:||Diary of a Prisoner in World War I|
|Author||:||Josef Sramek, Tomaa Svoboda|
|Publisher||:||SvobodaT - 2010-11-25|