By Heinz Kosok
The Theatre of battle surveys greater than 2 hundred performs concerning the First international conflict written, released and/or played in Britain and eire among 1909 and 1998. jointly, those performs represent a huge element of British and Irish literary, social and cultural background. they're mentioned from 5 significant views: subject material, procedure, angle, reception and review. The ensuing complicated photograph is an important contribution to the certainty of the 1st global conflict as a watershed in overseas background.
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