The New Army in Training

Rudyard KIPLING (1868 - 1936)

Kipling's brief assessment of the British New Army being assembled to fight in the Great War. Concerns itself with training and logistics but more importantly with the human side of the vast collection of new battalions. These come from throughout the Empire, including Canada, India, and other territories. - Summary by KevinS

Genre(s): War & Military

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 The Men at Work KevinS
00:12:01
Play 02 Iron into Steel KevinS
00:09:41
Play 03 Guns and Supply KevinS
00:21:31
Play 04 Canadians in Camp KevinS
00:17:58
Play 05 Indian Troops KevinS
00:13:58
Play 06 Territorial Battalions KevinS
00:15:00