6 edition of Researching World War I found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Other titles||Researching World War One, Researching World War 1|
|Statement||edited by Robin Higham with Dennis E. Showalter.|
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc.|
|Contributions||Higham, Robin D. S., Showalter, Dennis E.|
|LC Classifications||D522.4 .R47 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 472 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||472|
|LC Control Number||2003045532|
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Anything that guides one around the sheer volume of scholarly work on the First World War is very welcome. Robin Higham and Dennis E. Showalter are to be congratulated on this very useful book, which largely achieves its aim in helping the reader to "get his or her bearings in the literature of the War" (p.
vii). "a terrific guide that details how to go about researching and understanding the lives of a generation of servicemen that answered their nation’s call when the world was at war." (On Point: The Journal of Army History) “ focus is on researching individual and social history.
Using this book will help you write a family history narrative.”/5(45). Researching World War I: A Handbook is designed to enable the neophyte, the graduate student, or the professional needing guidance in a tangential field to get his or her bearings in the literature of the War, or the Great War, as it was called until The book follows the pattern set in Loyd Lee's two-volume guide to the Second World War.
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Researching World War III: Non-Fiction Books Although the internet has been a priceless research instrument, non-fiction books have been the real meat-and-potato material for this blog.
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Researching World War III: Fiction The decision to include alternative history (speculative fiction back in the ‘80s) novels as research material was essentially a no-brainer. This project is a fictional account of a NATO-Warsaw Pact war fought in Book Description.
Researching War provides a unique overview of varied feminist contributions to the study of war through case studies from around the world.
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Researching World War I: a handbook. Creator: edited by Robin Higham with Dennis E. Showalter. This book discusses the literature on all aspects of the war.
Dennis Showalter's opening chapter covers the controversial issue of the war's origins - a complex subject that has been much debated by historians. Researching World War I A Handbook Written by highly respected authorities, this book discusses the literature on all aspects of the war, making it an excellent starting point for anyone seeking guidance to the immense, and often daunting, body of World War I literature.
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Finding Your Father's War book. Read 9 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Leading military historian and researcher, Jonathan Gawne, /5. The last years researching World War I film have been a great ride. We have brought back on the screen Durborough’s war film which has been wonderfully restored by the Library of Congress.
The premiere at the film festival of Pordenone together with Author: Ron Van Dopperen. Library resources for researching World War I: Friends Peace Committee Posted on 17/03/ by Library of the Society of Friends The first of our World War I resources blogposts focuses on the Friends Peace Committee, a committee of Meeting for Sufferings (the standing representative body of Quakers in Britain) that had already been in.
The Man in the High Castle, by Philip K. Dick You can’t discuss alternate history without bringing up The Man in the High ’s brain-warping story is set in a world where the Axis powers won World War II, and America has been divided between Japan and Nazi Germany (the brain twisting bit: a major plot point involves a novel-within-a-novel in which America won the war).Author: Jeff Somers.The records of the Friends Ambulance Unit are the focus of this blog post, the latest in our series on resources for researching World War I.
Established in the First World War and revived in the second, the Friends Ambulance Unit was an unofficial Quaker organisation, constitutionally independent of the Society of Friends.