However, man by the Soča got used to bearing everything. Cold, heat, dust, rock camps, water shortage, flies. He overcame fear of shells and air torpedoes, of bombs that fall from the sky, and of blasting mines which turn up ground, of daggers, hand grenades, booming fire. He got used to everything, almost to death. He only couldn’t get used to one thing – to Mrzli vrh. Alice Schalek, Posočje: marec do julij 1916, Karantanija, Ljubljana 2005, p. 261.
The First World War Outdoor Museums. The Isonzo Front, 1915-1917