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The author's biography is included in this version.

Now It Can Be Told by Philip Gibbs is one of the nonfiction best sellers in 1920. The author published this book as an account of his personal experiences in war-torn Europe. He was a journalist and novelist who served as one of five official British reporters during the First World War.
“When Germany threw down her challenge to Russia and France, and England knew that her Imperial power would be one of the prizes of German victory (the common people did not think this, at first, but saw only the outrage to Belgium, a brutal attack on civilization, and a glorious adventure), some newspaper correspondents were sent out from London to report the proceedings, and I was one of them.

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