World War I Memories: An Annotated Bibliography of Personal Accounts Published in English Since 1919

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Scarecrow Press, Jan 1, 2004 - History - 311 pages
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This comprehensive annotated bibliography includes over 1,400 references to memoirs, diaries, and letters by soldiers and civilians from all belligerent nations during World War I. Key features include: Incisive commentary on each entry's value to historians, enthusiasts, and collectors, Includes well-known and overlooked titles, Organization by country, Introduction provides a reader's guide to the best World War I literature, Indexes by title and subject allow searching by units, fronts, personal perspectives, and battles This reference source is a necessary addition to the collections of World War I enthusiasts, military historians, and academic and public libraries.

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An excellent, thorough, well-annotated bibliography of personal accounts of World War I. Annotations are brief, but enough to provide the interested reader with plenty of reads. Essential for anyone who likes personal accounts of the first war. Covers all nationalities. Read full review

About the author (2004)

Edward G. Lengel is Associate Professor on the staff of the Papers of George Washington documentary editing project at the University of Virginia. He is the also the author of several books and articles, including a military biography of George Washington. Lengel has received the General and Mrs. Matthew B. Ridgeway Research Grant for bibliography-related work in recognition of his research on this bibliography

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