As you may have understood, I buy a lot of modern and vintage books about the Great War. Most of them are written in Italian or French because I mainly live in these countries. English books are appreciated too. Old German ones too! They’re usually rather not expensive at all: this is caused mainly by a logically reduced interest in WW1 in Germany and Austria, and maybe by the fact that German written in gothic font is not very easy to read. I own some because they are sources for my studies or because I’ve found them by chance, just like this book, Front von beiden Seiten (Front from both sides) published around 1925, written by Wolf Oeringk, with drawings made by Hans Friedmann. This book is about the March 1918 offensive, I’ll probably show you some drawings in future posts!