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PDF Jeffreys, Alan - The Officer Corps and the Training of the Indian Army with Special Reference to Lieutenant-General Francis Tuker Keywords: Indian Army Indian Army | Lieutenant-General Francis Tuker Lieutenant

PDF Purseigle, Pierre - Warfare and Belligerence: Approaches to the First World War Keywords: General General | Literature Literature | Reference and Bibliography

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military historians | sailors' war sailors' war | trench culture trench culture Abstract: This bibliography presents a list of references that are cited in the book on finding common ground. The list is arranged in alphabetical order. Representing the best of cutting-edge scholarship in First World War studies, this anthology

Foreword to the Revised Edition The lasting interest in our Enzyklopädie Erster Weltkrieg , released in 2003, has motivated us to publish a third edition, revised and expanded, as part of the Universitätstaschenbücher (University Paperbacks Series, UTB) . In order to include the intensive research on the First World War undertaken since its original publication, we have added a number of new entries. A comprehensive record of the persons and places increases the usefulness of this reference work. The

-allied negotiations | sailors' war sailors' war | trench culture trench culture Abstract: This index presents a list of references that are cited in the book on finding common ground. Representing the best of cutting-edge scholarship in First World War studies, this anthology demonstrates the possibility of finding common ground in how cultural, social

: This bibliography section contains the list of reference books and articles that occur in this book titled Small Powers in the Age of Total War, 1900-1940 . The book is the fruit of an international conference on Small Powers in the Age of Total War, 1900-1940, held at the Netherlands Defence Academy in Breda, the Netherlands, on 26 and 27 November 2008. In the first place, the First World War, as the first modern total war, presented the smaller European states with problems of a novel kind

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-generational mediating agent, explicit references to commemorative traditions and further metamnestic and metamemorial signifiers. This chapter discusses these strategies with reference to the British TV miniseries The Unknown Soldier (1998) and the British-American feature film Distant Bridges (1999) whose very titles are already indicative of an engagement with a ‘distant’ and increasingly ‘unknowable’ past. The chapter then provides a close reading of the two texts which is informed by narratology and contemporary memory studies. Finally

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as far back as the 14th century. In Germany as well, over the course of the 19th century, the expression “perfidious Albion” became a pejorative catch-all metaphor for an allegedly self-serving British foreign policy that was primarily guided by economic interests. References to a “perfidious Albion” reached their peak in Germany with the British entry into World War I: many German newspaper editorials, pamphlets, and patriotic poems accused British diplomacy and war policy of having betrayed the interests of their “German cousins,” and portrayed the political and