The Great War and Modern MemoryBook - 2009
World War I changed a generation, ushered in the modern era, and revolutionized how we see the world. Drawing from a variety of primary sources--including personal correspondence, newspapers, and literary works--this award-winning landmark study by Paul Fussell, originally published in 1975, changed how we look at World War I. Enhanced with a wide selection of rare and fascinating images, this edition of The Great War and Modern Memory helps us fully grasp the true scope and continuing impact of this catastrophic war.
Publisher: New York : Sterling, , c2000.
Edition: Illustrated edition
Branch Call Number: 820.9358 Fus 2009
Characteristics: xi, 452 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some col.)