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Men at War 1914-1918: National Sentiment and Trench Journalism in France During the First World War

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Nearly eight million Frenchmen were mobilised during the Great War of whom 1,322,100 (16.6 percent) were killed. No belligerent nation made a greater ... Show synopsis

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