WW1 Sites - Discover remembrance of the front of the First World War in Macedonia
This course aims to examine the most important facets of this multi-faceted experience, explored from a predominantly socio-cultural perspective, whilst also integrating political, economic, and military developments. It engages with a series of interconnected themes and concepts throughout, including: national identity and solidarity, the boundary between military and civilian spheres, contemporary representations and understandings of the war, inter-French conflict, mobilisation, violence, and trauma.
By the end of the course, students will demonstrate an in-depth, nuanced understanding of France's four years of conflict, their impact on French society and culture, and their place in modern French history. They will also be able to explain and analyse key historiographical developments and controversies regarding this period, and will have honed their analytical skills via engagement with a variety of published and unpublished primary sources, including newsreels, posters, poems, drawings, diary entries, and songs.
Finally, they will be able to articulate, verbally and in writing, convincing historical arguments regarding the period, based on both primary and secondary sources.
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14-18: The Final Word From The Trenches Of The First World War
Interesting but underwhelming I like the interview format of what must have been some of the last WWI vets. The book was rather short though. William Conrad rated it liked it Nov 17, Thomas C Gresh rated it it was amazing Jan 07, Zeli rated it really liked it Oct 17, Christopher Waddell rated it it was amazing Nov 22, Professor J.
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