The Human Kind


Author: Alexander Baron

Spare and unsentimental, this series of episodes in the life of a platoon as it advances across war-torn Europe is among the most chillingly realistic in any novel of the Second World War, coming as it does from the author’s first-hand experiences. It has been described as Baron’s best work. The Human Kind is poignant, shocking and bleak – but also full of the solider’s hu….Read More

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