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Yuri Bakhurin’s book “the Front and rear of the great war” is an interesting story about little-known issues and problems in the history of the First world war. The author answers numerous questions, some of which were out of the field of view of most domestic researchers: what did the soldiers of The Russian Imperial army eat during the Great war and-whether they had enough? Did they observe the “dry law”adopted at the beginning of the war? Were the Russian soldiers superstitious, and what did they share with each other? Did they have enough shoes in 1914-1917? Were they subjected to corporal punishment? Was there any physical abuse in the troops? Did the front-line soldiers decide to injure themselves in order to leave the front line? Did there exist during the great war prototypes of barrage units that stopped fire attempts to escape from the battlefield? What motivated the soldiers who fraternized with the enemy? How did they bury the fallen for the faith, the Tsar, and the Fatherland —and how many lives did Russia lose in the merciless flames of the First world war?
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