Civilian into Soldier - A Novel Of The Great War. By John A. Lee. Originally published in 1937. A fictionalised but autobiographical account of a New Zealand man's fighting role in the fighting of World War I, written by a man who became a political force in a post-war New Zealand. Contents Include Sling Insubordination Hel-Fire for Orators-Klink Not so tough after all The road to Estaples Estaples War Logic About it and about Arrival Fatigue and fire-step Adapation Talk,Talk,Talk From Fleux Baix to Le Bezit Le Bezit Torches and Meteors Plugstreet Point De Neippe The Incubation of Chaos Raid on the Left Rehearsal Vicious Appetites Lot of Prepardness Fretfull Argumant Claim Twilight came Gas Nerves Up and Over The Hysterical Hero Enter Fear Any Bearers Look, The Cavalry-Counter Attack Bull Ring Philosophy Eyewash after chaos Rest, disintegration Pagan death but Christian burial Eve of offensive The advance of the refinery The brass hat who was a mad hatter Good sport Comedy or tragedy Tragedy or comedy Rest camp On the road gaily without a crust of bread Nerves nerves nerves The attack on the pay office In which the infantry have a jolly good time parley voo Good-byeee Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are w extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. Home Farm Books are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.