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War Memoirs 1914-1918 By Dr. Harry Marcuse
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Harry Marcuse (1876-1931) was a psychiatrist in Berlin. During the First World War, he served as an army doctor, first on the Eastern Front, and in 1918, as head of a field hospital in France. ... More > Sometime after the war he wrote memoirs of those experiences, but the manuscript lay dormant in the legacies of his widow and daughter for decades, until they were gratefully discovered by an American granddaughter who had studied German. The unfamiliar script was painstakingly transcribed by her husband’s parents in 1991 and subsequently translated into English by her husband, Herbert Kaufman. The work provides a fascinating reflection of military and social conditions from the viewpoint of a Jewish commissioned officer in the German army during the First World War.< Less
Hay at War 1914-1918 By Alan James Nicholls
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From the start of the Great War the people of Hay were caught up in the conflict across the globe. Whether serving on the front line, in allied occupations, or at home awaiting news from their... More > loved ones, Hay was there. This account of the Great War is seen through the columns of the Brecon County Times. It deals with the news as seen weekly by the residents of Hay and it gives an insight to the everyday life in Hay during those war years. Many of those who survived the war returned home to Hay but their lives would never be the same again.< Less
The Ascension at War 1914-1918 By Harriet Hall
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There are 53 names on the War Memorial in the Church of the Ascension, Blackheath. Every year on Remembrance Sunday we promise 'we will remember them.' This book of research into the stories behind... More > the names by Harriet Hall helps us to keep that promise and honour their memory.< Less
Britain and the Great War, 1914-1918 By Barry Wintour
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In the main body of this bibliography will be found works relevant to a study of the Great War in Britain on a range of aspects such as the armed services, the civilian front, industry, politics,... More > propaganda, and the media during the years of the war. Cultural aspects are covered by the inclusion of works on art, literature, music, the cinema, and the theatre relating not only to the years when the war was in progress but also to the years after the war had ended. Some general works and works of relevance specifically to the pre-war years are included in prefatory sections of the bibliography as background material. An appendix of some general and specialised research resources is provided for those interested in discovering other material which could be of assistance in a study of the Great War.< Less
Tanks in the Great War 1914-1918 By J. F. C. Fuller
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Iver War Dead 1914-1918 By Tanya Britton
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A comprehensive list of the war dead who lived at Iver, using regimental histories, war diaries, French war histories, school records, some medical records etc.
LETTERS and SONNETS (1914-1918) By SANDRA E. COLLINS
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This is a story of two young lovers, divided by the 1914-1918 war. It is based on letters, from one to the other, with sonnets added. It has love and heartache, of lovers parted.
Victory ... or Disaster? Britain and the Great War 1914-1918 By Mark Bristow
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Did Britain really win the Great War? If the British achievement during the years 1914-1918 can be regarded as a victory, how may we quantify this and how was it achieved? Attempts to discern 'The... More > Truth', often run into impenetrable walls of passionate distortion and obfuscation. For the serious student - at school, college or university - and the general reader alike, fundamental questions need to be answered. This book contains a series of five chapters; each chapter forms a discrete essay. The subjects will be examined in depth by employing original primary archival resources and reliable secondary sources. The closing chapter endeavors to define pertinent and constructive conclusions. Finally, a comprehensive bibliography is included, aiming to encouraging further reading about this remarkable and still highly pertinent period of history: The Great War.< Less
Victory ... or Disaster? Britain and the Great War 1914-1918 By Mark Bristow
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Did Britain really win the Great War? If the British achievement during the years 1914-1918 can be regarded as a victory, how may we quantify this and how was it achieved? Attempts to discern 'The... More > Truth', often run into impenetrable walls of passionate distortion and obfuscation. For the serious student - at school, college or university - and the general reader alike, fundamental questions need to be answered. This book contains a series of five chapters; each chapter forms a discrete essay. The subjects will be examined in depth by employing original primary archival resources and reliable secondary sources. The closing chapter endeavors to define pertinent and constructive conclusions. Finally, a comprehensive bibliography is included, aiming to encouraging further reading about this remarkable and still highly pertinent period of history: The Great War.< Less
WSS Old Boys and the Great War 1914-1918 By ASHER PIRT
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This book contains a list of old boys from Wellington School Somerset who served their country during the Great War 1914-1918. The objective is to provide basic biographical details and information... More > about each old boy’s wartime service. The book is divided into three sections: the first section is devoted to those old boys who were carrying out officer training or had achieved their commissions in the war; the second concerns those who served in the ranks during the war; the third and final section is about those old boys who were occupied for the war effort as civilians. The basic source of information has been the school magazine. However, the present writer has used service records and medal cards looked after by the National Archives at Kew. The internet family history website Ancestry is most useful in finding out more detail. Hopefully this is the first step towards the goal of a comprehensive reference work.< Less

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