Brill’s Digital Library of World War I

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Index

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Contributor(s): Meyer, Jessica
Meyer, Jessica - Index Keywords: British popular culture | clothing | First World War | food Abstract: This index contains a list of terms and concepts that occur in the book British Popular Culture and the First World War. Showcasing the work of both established academics and emerging scholars of the field, this book discusses aspects of British popular culture from the material cultures of food and clothing to the representational cultures of literature and film. The result is an engaging and invigorating re-examination of the First World War and its place in British culture. British Po…

A War Unimagined: Food and the Rank and File Soldier of the First World War

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Author(s): Duffett, Rachel
Duffett, Rachel - A War Unimagined: Food and the Rank and File Soldier of the First World War Keywords: army rations | emotion | file soldiers | First World War | food | rankers' writing ISFWWS-Keywords: Western Front | Soldiers and Combat | Britain | Published memoirs and biographies | Military organisation of combat | Economy Abstract: The literary legacy of the First World War has tended to ignore the mass of writing produced by its rank and file soldiers, whose perceptions, lack of writing skills and limited reflexivity did not, in …

Preliminary Material

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Contributor(s): Meyer, Jessica
Meyer, Jessica - Preliminary Material Keywords: British popular culture | clothing | film | first world war | food | literature Abstract: This front matter section of this book British Popular Culture and the First World War contains the table of contents, acknowledgements, list of figures, and contributors. Showcasing the work of both established academics and emerging scholars of the field, the book discusses aspects of British popular culture from the material cultures of food and clothing to the representational cultures of literature and film. British Popular Culture and th…