5 edition of 1914 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliography and index.
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Until hostilities opened in early August,humanity had never borne witness to a conflagration the likes of the Great War. Political alliances, pitting empire against empire, saw Europe plunged into a horrific and savage conflict that drew in millions of /5(21).
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The first of many books in a tale of WWI, in Louis is a young reporter who actually recorded on camera the beginning of World War 1, and using pictures and words manage to recover much information about his friends, his siblings and eventually the end of the war/5. Preview — by John French.
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Jean Echenoz, considered by many to be the most distinguished and versatile living French novelist, turns his attention to the deathtrap of World War I in In it, five Frenchmen go off to war, two of them leaving behind a young woman who longs for their return.
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About this Item: Toronto: McClelland, Goodchild & Stewart,Hardcover. First Canadian edition. 8vo., orig. red cloth, lettered in gilt on the upper cover and spine. This copy has been professionally recased, with the original e/papers, the gilt lettering on the spine is dull/tarnished which makes it a bit difficult to read but in fact this is a very nice copy of a very.
Four young Frenchmen confront the grim reality of trench warfare in a spare, elliptical novel from Goncourt-winner Echenoz (Lightning,etc.).We see just what they are leaving behind in the idyllic scene that opens the book, as Anthime bicycles in the hills of the Vendée region, pausing to view a panorama of pastures and villages under the August sun.
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The so-called Christmas Truce of came only five months after the outbreak of war in Europe and was one of the last examples of the outdated notion of chivalry between enemies in warfare.
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Ring of Steel: Germany and Austria-Hungary in World War I by Alexander Watson (Basic Books. From the author of the best-sellingA Peace to End All Peace("extraordinarily ambitious, provocative, and vividly written"Washington Post Book World), a dramatic reassessment of the causes of the Great War.
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Ian Beckett is an internationally renowned specialist on the Great War. His publications include such acclaimed titles as Ypres: The Last Battle, ().The First World War: The Essential Guide to Sources in the UK National Archives (), and A Nation in Arms: A Social Study of the British Army in the First World War (with Keith Simpson) ()5/5(1).
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The complete review's Review. Jean Echenoz's is a novel about the First World War, and it covers the years through ; as French reviewers have noted, the French title -- slyly alludes not only to the opening year of the war, but also to the fact that the book is Echenoz's fourteenth work of subtle wink is lost to the reader in (English) translation, but not.
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