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The testimony quoted by Stéphane Audoin-Rouzeau in Les Combattants des tranchées has strong homoerotic connotations, which has not been emphasized until now. The newspaper Le Périscope also said, in 1916: “[Because of all the misfortunes they have shared] they have conceived deep friendships for each other. Their shared memories and pains have left an indestructible bond which keeps them together. Thus they go around as couples, in the squads: two by two, as if the friendship could not extend to several people without being weakened and would lose its intensity if it were shared....
O starshine on the fields of long-ago, Bring me the darkness and the nightingale; Dim wealds of vanished summer, peace of home, And silence; and the faces of my friends. 40 After the war, Sassoon fully acknowledged his homosexuality and went on to have relationships with Philip de Hesse, Gabriel Atkin, Glen Byam Shaw and especially Stephen Tennant. This conjunction between the former soldier, virile and tormented, and the decadent young dandy summarizes the shift that took place in homosexual circles after the war.
Their shared memories and pains have left an indestructible bond which keeps them together. Thus they go around as couples, in the squads: two by two, as if the friendship could not extend to several people without being weakened and would lose its intensity if it were shared.... They are never seen without each other.... ” Poil et Plume, in October 1916, said: 34. In Samuel Hynes, A War Imagined, op. 227. 35. Ibid. 36. Marcel Proust, A la recherche du temps perdu, op. 324-325. 37. 50. 21 A History of Homosexuality in Europe “In the first-aid stations, a casualty who is failing will grab the first stretcher-bearer who comes along and whom he has never seen, and exclaim: ‘Kiss me.
A History Of Homosexuality In Europe: Berlin, London, Paris 1919-1939 by Florence Tamagne