History of War

FIGHTING THE PEOPLE’S WAR

Author: Jonathan Fennell Publisher: Cambridge University Press Price: £25.00

With the centenary of Word War I now drawing to a close, it’s possible to take stock of the plethora of books that have been published on the conflict in the past four years. While many have simply gone over old ground, some have offered the

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