Exhibiting War

Author: Jennifer Wellington
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107135079
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A comparative study of how museum exhibitions in Britain, Canada and Australia were used to depict the First World War.

Exhibiting The Great War

Author: Jennifer Wellington
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ISBN: 9781108518277
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France Under Fire

Author: Nicole Dombrowski Risser
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 110702532X
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A social, military and political history of the French refugee crisis tracing the impact of government responses upon civilian lives.

A Terrible Beauty

Author: Paul Gough
Publisher: Sansom (Acc)
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In-depth survey of artists of the Great War, including Paul Nash, Muirhead Bone, Nevinson, Orpen, Stanley Spencer and Wyndham Lewis.

British Prisoners Of War In First World War Germany

Author: Oliver Wilkinson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107199425
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An original investigation dedicated to the captivity experiences of British military servicemen captured by Germany in the First World War.

Does War Belong In Museums

Author: Wolfgang Muchitsch
Publisher: transcript Verlag
ISBN: 3839423066
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Presentations of war and violence in museums generally oscillate between the fascination of terror and its instruments and the didactic urge to explain violence and, by analysing it, make it easier to handle and prevent. The museums concerned also have to face up to these basic issues about the social and institutional handling of war and violence. Does war really belong in museums? And if it does, what objectives and means are involved? Can museums avoid trivializing and aestheticising war, transforming violence, injury, death and trauma into tourist sights? What images of shock or identification does one generate - and what images would be desirable?

Imperial Germany And The Great War 1914 1918

Author: Roger Chickering
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139992589
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This book explores the impact of the First World War on Imperial Germany and examines military aspects of the conflict, as well as the diplomacy, politics, and industrial mobilization of wartime Germany. Including maps, tables, and illustrations, it also offers a rich portrait of life on the home front - the war's pervasive effects on rich and poor, men and women, young and old, farmers and city-dwellers, Protestants, Catholics, and Jews. It analyzes the growing burdens of war and the translation of hardship into political opposition. The new edition incorporates the latest scholarship and expands the coverage of military action outside Europe, military occupation, prisoners of war, and the memory of war. This survey represents the most comprehensive history of Germany during the First World War. It will be of interest to all students of German and European history, as well as the history of war and society.

Compound Warfare That Fatal Knot

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Publisher: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 1428910905
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The British Army And The First World War

Author: Ian Beckett
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107005779
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This is a major new history of the British army during the Great War written by three leading military historians. Ian Beckett, Timothy Bowman and Mark Connelly survey operations on the Western Front and throughout the rest of the world as well as the army's social history, pre-war and wartime planning and strategy, the maintenance of discipline and morale and the lasting legacy of the First World War on the army's development. They assess the strengths and weaknesses of the army between 1914 and 1918, engaging with key debates around the adequacy of British generalship and whether or not there was a significant 'learning curve' in terms of the development of operational art during the course of the war. Their findings show how, despite limitations of initiative and innovation amongst the high command, the British army did succeed in developing the effective combined arms warfare necessary for victory in 1918.

Women In War

Author: Professor Kjersti Ericsson
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 1472445171
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This book examines what happens to women and gender relations in times of upheaval, and is based on the experience of Norway during World War II, as well as on wars both past and present in other parts of the world. The collection discusses the various roles of women during war and explores whether gendered cultural conceptions influence the way war is remembered and represented, both collectively and individually. The book also follows the struggle to bring women’s role in war and peacebuilding onto the international agenda.