The First World War: trauma and memory
The First World War: trauma and memory

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The First World War: trauma and memory

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This free course was written by Annika Mombauer and Vincent Trott. It was first published in October 2018.

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2.2.2: Extract from: Gläser, E. (1928) Jahrgang 1902 , Berlin, pp. 290–3.

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