World War I at home

by David F. Trask

Book review

The strength of this book is that the articles are given in their entirety and not a sentence or two excerpted/quoted in another history.Each article is prefaced with a one-sentence summary, which is equally helpful.Trask has written a several books on WW1 and the US so one is inclined to believe he has a clear view of that variety of readings/articles and chose the most representative — but his selection does alert you to the kinds of articles published from 1914-1920 and makes one rather wish one had access to full runs of Mercury, Nation, Atlantic Monthly, etc., to see what other articles existed.

PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons
Pages count212
File size7.2 Mb
eBook formatPaperback, (torrent)En
Book rating3 (3 votes)

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