‘We Unremarkable Few’ By Evan Sims

Against all odds, a German soldier in WWI survives the First Battle of the Marne and walks through the ravaged landscape in search of safety. Wounded, dehydrated, and totally exhausted, he comes to a French farmhouse. The owner of the farm welcomes him with the business end of a shotgun. Will the residents of a country which he helped invade learn to trust their enemy, or will his body be added to the pile?

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