copyright 1916; Introduction by Hugh Black; Fleming H. Revell Company publishers, New York; smaller hardbound; pages in very good condition and unmarked except for inside front cover with original owner gift inscription; boards are good with very minor ageing and crinkling; no dust jacket.
From the Introduction: The Great War [WWI] has put a strain on the resources of human nature, as well as on material resources. Men who have come through the hell of the trenches have discovered some of the secrets of life and death. Many of them have known a reinforcement of spiritual power. It is quite natural that this fact should often be described in emotional form as direct interposition of angels and other supernatural agencies. Among these the most beautiful and tender stories are those of The Comrade in White.