Foreward; Joining the British Army; Going In; A Trench Raid; A Few Days' Rest in Billets; Feeding the Tommies; Hiking to Vimy Ridge; Fascination of Patrol Work; On the Go; First Sight of the Tanks; Following the Tanks into Battle; Prisoners; I Became a Bomber; Back in the Somme Again; The Last Time Over the Top; Bits of Blighty; Suggestions for "Sammy"; Glossary of Army Slang
Illustrations: Corporal Holmes in the Uniform of the 22nd London Battalion, Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment, H.M. Imperial Army; Reduced Facsimile of Discharge Certificate of Character; A Heavy Howitzer, Under Camouflage; Over the Top on a Raid; Cooking Under Difficulties; Head-on View of a British Tank; Corporal Holmes with Staff Nurse and Another Patient, at Fulham Military Hospital, London, S.W.; Corporal Holmes with Company Office Force, at Winchester, England, a Week Prior to Discharge
World War, 1914-1918 --Personal narratives.
|Title||A Yankee in the Trenches|
|Author||Holmes, R. Derby|
|Library of Congress Control Number||18002610|