This item remembering war the great war between memory and history in the 20th century by jay winter hardcover 4553 only 1 left in stock more on the way women and the first world war by susan r grayzel paperback 3528 only 12 left in stock order soon. His new book remembering war the great war between history and memory in the 20th century is the result themes such as the role of witnesses are revisited from several different angles with these separate discussions building to a cumulative whole. This book remembering war essentially sums up his findings regarding the role of memory in the practices of historical remembrance he locates the origins of the memory boom of the twentieth century and beyond in the responses public and private to the destruction and deaths generated by the great war. Book description this is a masterful volume on remembrance and war in the twentieth century jay winter locates the fascination with the subject of memory within a long term trajectory that focuses on the great war. His new book remembering war the great war between history and memory in the 20th century is the result it focuses on the memory boom the recent exponential growth in interest in memory within and without the academy which winter argues is predicated on the need to remember war and its victims the subtitle has a threefold meaning
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