2 edition of Cambridge History of the First World War found in the catalog.
|Statement||Cambridge University Press|
|Publishers||Cambridge University Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 77 p. :|
|Number of Pages||67|
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1919: aftermath Bruno Cabanes; Part II. Populations under occupation Sophie de Schaepdrijver; 11. The conjunction of early twentieth-century patterns of globalization and industrialized great power war was singular, distinguishing it from earlier European conflicts fought across the globe and the Second World War, which followed the collapse of globalization in the 1930s. A Reckoning: Costs and Outcomes: Introduction to Part VI Jay Winter; 22. ' William Mulligan, European History Quarterly Book Description• The Western Front Robin Prior; 9.
Stille Professor of History at Yale University, Connecticut. North America Jennifer Keene; 20.
Cambridge International AS and A Level History is a flexible and wide-ranging syllabus covering modern history in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. This volume concludes with a reckoning of the costs and consequences of The Great War.
Each option will consist of 4 topics, which will rotate year-on-year. His biography of Rene Cassin, written with Antoine Prost and published in French in 2011, was published in an English edition by Cambridge University Press in 2013.
Best Sellers Rank: 953,827 in Books• It provides broad as well as deep analysis of just about every conceivable facet of this global catastrophe. He is the author of Sites of Memory, Sites of Mourning: The Great War in European Cultural History 1995 ; Remembering War 2006 and Dreams of Peace and Freedom 2006.
Every state involved faced issues of military-civilian relations, parliamentary reviews of military policy, and the growth of war economies; and yet their particular form and significance varied in each national case.
In the first volume, Global war, Winter and his colleagues examine, for example, the spread of the conflict to distant continents, together with a discussion of the law of war, atrocities and genocide.
Private Life: Introduction to Part I Jay Winter and Stephane Audoin-Rouzeau; 1.
Volume 3 of The Cambridge History of the First World War explores the social and cultural history of the war and considers the role of civil society throughout the conflict; that is to say those institutions and practices outside the state through which the war effort was waged.
Papers 1 and 2 will share the same content and learners will continue to study one of three options: European, American or International.
It provides broad as well as deep analysis of just about every conceivable facet of this global catastrophe.