A Stranger to Myself

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In A Stranger to Myself by Willy Peter Reese, the author, a young academic-turned-soldier who fought and died in Russia, provides a searing indictment of the inhumanity of war. This short book, 178 pages, contains the profound insights of a young man questioning his own and his country’s actions.

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