Death's Men: Soldiers of the Great War
Moving, vivid, shocking and above all real, this is a stunningly recorded distillation of the soldiers' own personal experiences during the First World War. Accessing both the private worlds of the individual and providing a more panoramic historical and political backdrop, Denis Winter brings to life a grim and amazing period of history.
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Review: Death's Men: Soldiers of the Great WarUser Review - Jaime - Goodreads
An eccentrically and discursively written survey of trench warfare on the Great War's Western Front. Reading it felt like I was at the library of the British Museum and the disheveled scholar in the ... Read full review
Review: Death's Men: Soldiers of the Great WarUser Review - Steve Woods - Goodreads
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When this lousy war is over, No more soldiering for me, When I get my civvy clothes on, Oh, how happy I shall be! No more church parades on Sunday, ...
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The Great War . Resources . Additional Reading | PBS
NON-FICTION. Niall Ferguson, The Pity of War (New York, Basic Books, 1999) John Horne and Alan Kramer. German Atrocities, 1914 : a History of Denial (New ...
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 Denis Winter, Death's Men: Soldiers of the Great War (London: Allen Lane, 1978); David E. Omissi, ed., Indian Voices of the Great War: Soldiers' Letters ...
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Canadian Journal of History: They Shall Grow Not Old: Irish ...
bnet. findarticles > Canadian Journal of History > Dec 1998 > Article > Print friendly. They Shall Grow Not Old: Irish Soldiers and the Great War ...
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Death's Men: Soldiers of the Great War by Denis Winter (Penguin, 1988) A collection of memoirs from ordinary British soldiers who fought in the First World ...
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The anzacs- myth and reality - The Aerodrome Forum
Two years ago, Australian author Les Carlyon published 'The Great War', a history of the Australian army's campaign on the Western Front 1916-18. This
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Denis Winter, Death's Men: Soldiers of the Great War (London: Allen Lane, 1978), 137. 15. See, for example, Dr. Charles S. Myers, Shell Shock in France ...
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JSTOR: The Disciplines of the Wars: Army Training and the Language ...
... personal feeling might have to be deferred, the only allowable elegy an 22 Denis Winter, Death's Men: Soldiers of the Great War (Harmondsworth: Penguin, ...
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The Journal for Historical Review 6(4): 501.; Winter, D. (1978). Death's Men: Soldiers of the Great War. Penguin Books. ISBN 0-14-016822-2. ...
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