War & Military Fiction

All the World

Read by Adele de Pignerolles


Charles Monroe Sheldon


The Great War is over and the soldier boys are back home, but some of them just can't settle down again. Neither can the girls who helped ou…

Fourteen Months in American Bastiles

Read by Katie Riley


Francis Key Howard


Francis Key Howard recounts in this book his life as a political prisoner of the United States. He points out that he was held captive at th…

Ιστορίαι (Histories) Βιβλίοv 2 (Book 2)

Read by olorou


Thucydides


Η Ιστορία του Θουκυδίδη εξιστορεί τα πρώτα 20 χρόνια του πολέμου μεταξύ της Αθήνας και της Σπάρτης, που κράτησε από το 431 μέχρι το 404 π.Χ.…

The Thirty-nine Steps (Version 3)

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John Buchan


The Thirty-Nine Steps is an adventure spy novel by John Buchan written in 1914. Told from the first-person point of view, it relates the adv…

If All These Young Men

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Florence Roma Muir Wilson


Another remarkable World War I novel by Romer Wilson, "If All These Young Men" is a character study of a group of young 20-somethi…

Soldiers' Pay

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William Faulkner


Soldiers return from the War to a mixed reception in America. The first novel by one of the 20th century's most poetic writers experimentin…

The History of England, from the Accession of James II - (Volume 4, Chapter 22)

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Thomas Babington Macaulay


This is volume 4 chapter 22 of a series of books written by the Baron Macaulay (1800-1859) in the 19th century. It starts with a brief resum…

Raiding with Morgan

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Byron A. Dunn


It is a fictional tale of cavalry actions during the U.S. Civil War, under General John Morgan. (Summary by M. Craun)

A Son of the Gods and A Horseman in the Sky

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Ambrose Bierce


Two short stories from the American Civil War by Ambrose Bierce. The first story is about a brave soldier who follows orders and risks his l…

Naval Occasions And Some Traits Of The Sailor-Man

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Bartimeus


Twenty-six stories of pre-World War I British naval life in war and peace. - Summary by david wales

A Son At The Front

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Edith Wharton


This is an overlooked novel by the author of House Of Mirth, Age Of Innocence, and more. She already became the first woman to win the Pulit…

The World’s Story Volume VII: Germany, the Netherlands and Switzerland

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Eva March Tappan


This is the seventh volume of the 15-volume series of The World’s Story: a history of the World in story, song and art, edited by Eva March …

The Begum's Fortune

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Jules Verne


A novel with some utopian elements, but primarily dystopian. A French doctor and a German professor both inherit a vast fortune as descendan…

Pep: The Story Of A Brave Dog

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Clarence Hawkes


This 1922 adventure story for youth and dog lovers will delight anyone with just a little suspension of disbelief. Sentimental and anthropom…

A Burnt Ship

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John Donne


LibriVox volunteers bring you 14 recordings of A Burnt Ship by John Donne. This was the Weekly Poetry project for September 17th, 2010.

The Red Badge of Courage (Version 3)

Read by Mark F. Smith


Stephen Crane


A youth, caught up in patriotic fervor and dreams of glory, enlists in the Union Army. In his first battle, though, he runs away. Deeply ash…

Somewhere in France

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Richard Harding Davis


When Captain Henri Ravignac married Marie Gessler, he was mistakenly thinking she was French. But Marie is in fact German, and her command o…

The Seats of The Mighty

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Gilbert Parker


For the time of his story Mr. Parker has chosen the most absorbing period of the romantic eighteenth-century history of Quebec. The curtain …

The Last Ditch

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Violet Hunt


An amusing but deeply poignant story, “The Last Ditch” describes the wartime experiences of a British aristocratic family who gradually real…

The Tree of Heaven

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May Sinclair


One of the most heart-breaking of all World War I novels, this family epic was written in the midst of the War itself, and shows the intense…

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