One of those war books for the writing of which no apology is required. It simply provides the reader with some living pictures of the social life of a neighborhood in Western Canada before and after a bomb-shell exploded among them on August 4, 1914, in the form of news that the great European conflagration had broken out. The interest of the book is a psychological one.
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