Milo Urban's best known novel The Living Whip
, presents a picture of The Great War. In it, he presents the human life experiencing tragedies of war far from the trenches - in the mountain village of Ráztoky. In The Living Whip
themes are freely connected with subsequent novels Fog at Dawn
and In the Snares
, creating a trilogy. Twenty years later, Urban continued with Lights Doused
and Who Sows the Wind
which draw epically on World War II.