The largest war the world had ever seen, World War I caused thousands to lose their belief in God and their hope for the future. Yet Latter-day Saint servicemen on the front lines kept the faith, despite numerous physical and spiritual dangers. Authors and historians Andrew Skinner and Robert Freeman delve into the history of the war’s effect on the Church, using war entries from the journal of James E. Talmage to place the entries in the context of the events of the time, and compile true stories from LDS soldiers, field medics, and volunteers who served their country. These true accounts of faithful servicemen and their families will help you see the Great War from a new perspective. Though these men suffered hardships, these stories show how they—like the Army of Helaman— were miraculously preserved and protected according to the Lord’s promises.