1 edition of The First World War in 100 objects found in the catalog.
The First World War in 100 objects
Written in English
|Other titles||First World War in one hundred objects|
|Statement||John Hughes-Wilson ; IWM consultant, Nigel Steel ; editor, Mark Hawkins-Dady|
|Contributions||Hawkins-Dady, Mark, editor, Imperial War Museum (Great Britain)|
|LC Classifications||D523 .H84 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||447|
My grandfather married his deceased brother's sweetheart who had been pregnant with my uncle, also Reginald, and they had another six children together. Cassell Cassell However, currently we don't possess any information about the actual musician Cassell Cassell. An excellent example of a matching pair of decorated shell cases. Looks at the impact of the Great War on the British school system, including the changes to lessons, loss of teachers, arrival of refugees, the contribution made to the war effort by teachers, the different ways in which pupils from different schools were treated by the army, and the way the fallen were commemorated during and after the war.
This reflects the capriciousness of life particularly during times of war. In Augustprevious notions of warfare fractured into a multi-levelled and complex palimpsest of theoretical discourses, which in turn ensured that conflict could no longer be viewed in the same context as it had been before. Yet many amputees preferred to be fitted with a simple hook. Inside was 1oz of tobacco, 20 cigarettes, a pipe and a tinder lighter; non-smokers were to have a packet of acid drops and a khaki writing case with pencil, paper and envelopes; nurses at the front received the box with a packet of chocolate.
This led to the creation of Bulgaria and the increasing growth and influence of Serbia, Montenegro and Romania, principalities that would grow into kingdoms in the earliest years of the twentieth century. The key word is the. But with the help of chemists, the gas mask was invented. Bismarck was aware of the need to isolate France — bent on revenge in the aftermath of the war — from potential allies, thereby garnering power and bolstering its position. With this, in came the response to the enactment of the Schieffen Plan that would see Belgian neutrality and sovereignty ignored and would bring Britain to the war. Iron Cross German medal 8.
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But the existential character of the war constantly perverted this purpose. But, after the First World War of Objects, it was to be the material culture created by the conflict The First World War in 100 objects book would The First World War in 100 objects book the people that occupied this new world.
The book was intended to record the soldier's service particulars. It is vital for people that all correct about Cassell Cassell. A look at the impact of the Great War on Doncaster, largely focusing on the human cost of the war, and the constant drip feed of bad news from the front.
The famous Vale of York Hoard, a collection of objects found near Harrogate by a father-and-son metal detecting duo, and buried by a Viking over years ago, reveal that the Vikings were transcontinental traders as well as raiders.
A sober look at the performance of MI5 between its formation in and the end of the First World War, focusing as much on the internal structure of MI5, and the laws that allowed it to operate as on its activities and individual cases.
In these programmes, I'm travelling back in time, and across the globe, to see how we humans over 2 million years have shaped our world and been shaped by it, and I'm going to tell this story exclusively through the things that humans have made: all sorts of things, carefully designed, and then either admired and preserved, or used, broken and thrown away.
It provides a rare glimpse of the black humour of the trenches, and the stoicism of the men who served there. Looks at the fighting in France in from the outbreak of war to the defeat of the German invasion at the battle of the Marne.
This is not The History of the World, if such a definitive account could ever exist. Each one gets a brief description, a set of technical stats and a good picture. Ferdinand continued to the town hall but, later, the driver took a wrong turn and a member of the Black Hand grasped his opportunity, firing his pistol twice.
For warfare was now not only a battle of weapons and tactics, but also a clash of objects, and one that would forge a new relationship between man and material culture. Russian furazhka Russian cap Copyright Matt Leonard The chaos of the battle dictates it is impossible to know exactly how the French soldiers died.
Canadian insignia military uniform badges Photograph: Matt Leonard. In Augustprevious notions of warfare fractured into a multi-levelled and complex palimpsest of theoretical discourses, which in turn ensured that conflict could no longer be viewed in the same context as it had been before.
The barbed wire had played its part. An example of a shell case converted into a gas gong. As a result the air war is better tied to the battles on the ground than in books organised aircraft-by-aircraft. It certainly offers a very different way of thinking about history than is nearly always presented in the classroom or even through the media — for that reason, I would argue it is almost compulsory reading for anyone with a burning passion for history.
Covers the key year on the Eastern Front of the First World War, a year that saw the Russians briefly threaten to invade Hungary, but ended with them pushed out of Poland, away from East Prussia and out of most of Austrian Galicia, after a series of battles that also established Germany's dominance over Austria.
An interesting study of the Ottoman side of the Palestinian campaigns oflooking at the failed Ottoman attacks on the Suez canal, the first two unsuccessful British attacks on Gaza and Allenby's successful campaign that eventually forced the Ottomans to sue for peace.
Covers the fighting on the British front of the Western Front between the start of and the first half ofup to the start of the battle of the Somme.
Previous patrols had been threatened by Zeppelins flying overhead, and when one was spotted in the distance, Canadian-born Lieutenant Stuart Culley was ordered to take off from his precarious platform and shoot it down.
Tells a similar tale to that of the more famous Land Army of the Second World War, but with more emphasis on volunteering and voluntary organisations for most of the war, and as a result a wider variety of experiences [ read full review ] The Campaign, Andrew Rawson.
One of the things I like most about this book is that Neil MacGregor is able to both admire the objects within its pages in themselves as exquisite works of art, craftsmanship or technology, and to extrapolate from them something about the world The First World War in 100 objects book the time they were made, and even the human condition itself.
An unusual approach to family history, looking at the wartime experiences of twelve very different British soldiers including the only black pilot in the RFC and a rare example of a major war poet of low rank. Combines a biography of Fabian Ware and a history of the Commonwealth war cemeteries that he played such a major part The First World War in 100 objects book creating.
A look at the impressive achievements of the Imperial War Graves Commission in building and maintaining tens and thousands of cemeteries and memorials to the dead of the two World Wars and a look at commemoration of the dead in the post-war world, including the National Arboretum [ read full review ].
However, I soon found myself fascinated by this unique way of telling history, and it soon started to make a lot of sense to me. Looks at the vast numbers of postcards produced on every side during the Great War, covering an impressively wide range of topics, and giving us an idea of the sort of visual images that were being sent to and from the front lines and the messages that were being sent.
A History of the First World War in Objects is a distinctive and original presentation of the military and human stories of this cataclysmic war that did indeed change the world.The First World War in Objects (Book): Hughes-Wilson, John: "Narrates the causes, progression and outcome of the first global war of the twentieth century by telling the stories behind items of material evidence of that cataclysmic and shattering conflict"--Dust jacket.
The First World War in Objects John Hughes-Wilson. It's a retelling of the Great War through objects now housed in London's Imperial War Museum. Moving chronologically, the authors expound. Mar 01, · “The First World War in Objects” This is a beautifully illustrated book, and written concisely with the information generally kept to just a couple of pages per object.
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