The Experience of World War I

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This is an examination of the costs of the First World War, considering the direct political, material and human consequences and shows how the Great War left an indelible imprint on the cultural life of the West, drawing on chronologies, biographies and maps. The gigantic scale of the military effort during these four excruciating years was phenomenal - 70 million men were mobilized into uniform and of those about nine million died. The effect of this upheaval on politicians, generals, soldiers and civilians is followed ...

The Experience of World War I 2006, Angus Publishing, London

ISBN-13: 9781904594710

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The Experience of World War I 1989, Oxford University Press, USA, New York, NY

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The Experience of World War I 1989, Papermac, London

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The Experience of World War I 1988, Macmillan, London

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