1914-1918 - An Anatomy of Global Conflict
By: Andrzej Chwalba (author)Paperback
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"1914-1918: An Anatomy of Global Conflict" recounts a history of the First World War from an anthropological perspective. It shares the stories of individual participants, which include soldiers, civilians, and women. The study revisits the events of the war through the lens of everyday life, economic affairs, migration, invasion, military occupation, the role of civilian infrastructure, and the impact of the national question; and it undertakes a clinical analysis of various models of ground warfare.
Andrzej Chwalba is a professor of history at the Jagiellonian University, Poland and the author of over 20 books and academic textbooks on a broad scope of nineteenth- and twentieth-century history in its local, national, and global dimensions.
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