War & Military Fiction

Non-Combatants and Others

Read by Anthony Ogus


Rose Macaulay


Through a variety of experiences of the effects of the First World War, an art student is drawn into pacifism. Rose Macaulay's satirical no…

The Red Laugh

Read by Ben Tucker


Leonid Nikolayevich Andreyev


The reader is immersed in the Hellish madness of war through the eyes of a tired soldier losing his grip on reality, scarred physically and …

Theodore Savage: A Story of the Past or the Future

Read by Jmazzocchi


Cicely Hamilton


Theodore Savage: A Story of the Past or the Future is an early work of dystopian science fiction.

Grace Harlowe with the American Army on the Rhine

Read by ashleighjane


Jessie Graham Flower


Although the war has ended, Grace still faces many trials as she continues her journey to the Rhine, when she discovers Germans still plotti…

Private Pinkerton Millionaire

Read by Steve C


Harold Ashton


The sketches and stories in this little volume must be read as fiction. But they are all, or nearly all, founded on fact, and built up from …

No More Parades

Read by Peter Dann


Ford Madox Ford


When No More Parades was first published in 1925, a critic in The Observer wrote of the first 100 pages that they "easily surpass in tr…

The Pirates

Read by Joseph DeNoia


Morgan Robertson


A dozen men jailbreak from a naval prison, and steal the newest destroyer tied up at the docks to escape in: the fastest ship in the navy. …

What the Bullet Sang

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Bret Harte


LibriVox volunteers bring you 8 recordings of What the Bullet sang by Bret Harte. This was the Weekly Poetry project for May 18th, 2010.

Pierrot, Dog Of Belgium

Read by David Wales


Walter Alden Dyer


This 1915 novella was published as the First World War raged. "Belgium lies bleeding. Across her level, lush meadows the harsh-shod h…

Tales of War

Read by Ben Tucker


Lord Dunsany


Lord Dunsany brings his lucid and magical prose to the subject of the harsh realities of war by providing a series of vignettes that are at …

The World’s Story Volume XV: The World War

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Horatio W. Dresser


This is the last volume of the 15-volume series The World’s Story, originally started by Eva March Tappan. This book, edited by Horatio W. D…

The Reign of George VI, 1900-1925: A Forecast Written in the Year 1763

Read by DrPGould


Samuel Madden, Charles Oman and Charles William Chadwick Oman


Imagine a world in which there were no major revolutionary upheavals (the American, French and Russian revolutions did not occur), there was…

The Radio Gunner

Read by James R. Hedrick


Alexander Forbes


Originally published anonymously in 1924, this intriguing work of science fiction, categorized by Bleiler under 'imaginary wars and inventio…

The Red Flower

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Henry van Dyke


LibriVox volunteers bring you 27 recordings of The Red Flower by Henry van Dyke. This was the Weekly Poetry project for March 11, 2012.Dr. H…

In the Clutch of the War-God

Read by Kate Follis


Milo Hastings


In three parts, from Physical Culture magazine, July - September, 1911. In this story, the author warns of the coming of a world war between…

I Spy

Read by James R. Hedrick


Natalie Sumner Lincoln


Here is a novel whose pregnant caption suits these parlous times. . . . It's all about a German spy plot to steal two American inventions de…

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