“Comme un seul homme” [As a single man] is a text written from the unpublished letters of French, English, and German soldiers, from the mouths of today’s youth visiting the battlegrounds of the Great War. Through their way of reciting it with enthusiasm, hesitation, indifference, obedience for the exercise, and deep commitment, they draw a portrait of a generation echoing those who, at the same age, were taken into the turmoil of combat.
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