Tag Archives: World War I

‘But he found no words for regret, melancholy, and longing in his meagre vocabulary’: The Radesky March by Joseph Roth

In 1916, Joseph Roth enlisted in the Austrian Army and spent the next two years on the Eastern Front of the First World War. He would later write of his life: ‘My strongest experience was the War and the destruction … Continue reading

Posted in book news, Classics, Novels | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment