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    McCormick, Robert B. (Hrsg.) : An International Rediscovery of World War One (eBook)

    Distant Fronts

    International contributors from the fields of political science, cultural studies, history, and literature grapple with both the local and global impact of World War I on marginal communities in China, Syria, Europe, Russia, and the Caribbean. Readers can uncover the neglected stories of this World War I as contributors draw particular attention to features of the war that are underrepresented such as Chinese contingent labor, East Prussian deportees, remittances from Syrian immigrants in the New World to struggling relatives in the Ottoman Empire, the war effort from Serbia to Martinique, and other war experiences. By redirecting focus away from the traditional areas of historical examination, such as battles on the Western Front and military strategy, this collection of chapters, international and interdisciplinary in nature, illustrates the war's omnipresence throughout the world, in particular its effect on less studied peoples and regions. The primary objective of this volume is to examine World War I through the lens of its forgotten participants, neglected stories, and underrepresented peoples.

    Autor McCormick, Robert B. (Hrsg.) / Hernández-Laroche, Araceli (Hrsg.) / Canino, Catherine G. (Hrsg.)
    Verlag Taylor & Francis Ltd.
    Einband PDF
    Erscheinungsjahr 2020
    Seitenangabe 182 S.
    Ausgabekennzeichen Englisch
    Abbildungen 3 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen, 3 schwarz-weiße Zeichnungen, 3 schwarz-weiße Tabellen
    Masse 2'256 KB
    Auflage 1. Auflage
    Plattform PDF
    ISBN: 978-0-429-79834-4

    Über den Autor McCormick, Robert B. (Hrsg.)

    Robert B. McCormick is Professor of History at the University of South Carolina Upstate.

    Araceli Hernández-Laroche is Associate Professor of Modern Languages and the Assistant Chair of Languages, Literature, and Composition at the University of South Carolina Upstate.

    Catherine G. Canino is Professor of Shakespeare and Renaissance Studies at the University of South Carolina Upstate.