Why are We still Interested in This Old War?
Chickering, Roger - Why are We still Interested in This Old War?
American Revolution | First World War | Second World War | War
General | Legacy | Literature | Culture | Society
This chapter begins with an immodest proposition. This is that the foundation of the Historiale in Peronne was not the only reason why the year 1992 was significant for the historiography of the First World War. In March of the same year, the first in a series of conferences took place in Washington, DC on the history of total wa…
▲ Back to top ▲
Cite this page
“Why are We still Interested in This Old War?”, in:
Brill’s Digital Library of World War I
Consulted online on 27 October 2020 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/2352-3786_dlws1_B9789004191860_002>
First published online: 2015