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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: World War I continues to be remembered as one of the most horrific confrontations in human history, as the combination of trench warfare and modern munitions claimed the lives of 16 million soldiers and civilians with many more wounded or missing. But the effects of war reached far beyond the battlefields. One hundred years later, changes it wrought to the world's cultural and political landscape continue to shape lives. Paul Cornish's The First World War Galleries revisits this historic event on the occasion of the centenary of its onset, drawing on the unparalleled archives of the Imperial War Museum. Founded in 1917, the museum has as one of its missions the collection of items related to the war, and it opened to the public in 1920 with a wide range of materials, including film footage, oral histories, photographs, works of art, personal correspondence and diaries, and artifacts from machine guns to military vehicles. As curator of the museum's forthcoming First World War Gallery, a major new project planned for the centenary, Cornish emulates the exhibition's accessible approach to offer a carefully researched and compelling account of this crucial period of world history. To show why this tragedy occurred, Cornish traces the war's roots to 1900, carrying his narrative through to the close of the war in1918 and its consequences into the 1920s, overturning a great many myths along the way. With stunning photography and a wealth of new research, The First World War Galleries offers a testament and tribute to the Great War that military and history buffs will not want to miss. Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: World War I continues to be remembered as one of the most horrific confrontations in human history, as the combination of trench warfare and modern munitions claimed the lives of 16 million soldiers and civilians with many more wounded or missing. But the effects of war reached far beyond the battlefields. One hundred years later, changes it wrought to the world’s cultural and political landscape continue to shape lives.

Paul Cornish’s The First World War Galleries revisits this historic event on the occasion of the centenary of its onset, drawing on the unparalleled archives of the Imperial War Museum. Founded in 1917, the museum has as one of its missions the collection of items related to the war, and it opened to the public in 1920 with a wide range of materials, including film footage, oral histories, photographs, works of art, personal correspondence and diaries, and artifacts from machine guns to military vehicles. As curator of the museum’s forthcoming First World War Gallery, a major new project planned for the centenary, Cornish emulates the exhibition’s accessible approach to offer a carefully researched and compelling account of this crucial period of world history. To show why this tragedy occurred, Cornish traces the war’s roots to 1900, carrying his narrative through to the close of the war in1918 and its consequences into the 1920s, overturning a great many myths along the way.

With stunning photography and a wealth of new research, The First World War Galleries offers a testament and tribute to the Great War that military and history buffs will not want to miss.

About the Author: Paul Cornish is a historian and curator at the Imperial War Museum. He is the author or editor of several books, including, most recently, Bodies in Conflict and Contested Objects: Material Memories of the Great War.

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Descrizione libro Imperial War Museum, United Kingdom, 2014. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. New.. Language: English . Brand New Book. The Imperial War Museum was founded during the First World War, to record and commemorate that conflict for future generations. In 2014 IWM revisits its roots, leading the centenary commemorations with a GBP35m new gallery and a national programme of events. This book draws on the unparalleled expertise and archives of the museum to tell the story of the First World War in the most modern, most accessible, most compelling way possible. Mirroring the approach taken in the museum s ground-breaking new GBP35m gallery, it tells the story from 1900 to 1918, and even beyond, tracing the consequences of the war into the 1920s. And it s not afraid to overturn some cherished myths along the way. Featuring stunning photography and newly researched personal stories, The First World War is an unmissable testament and tribute to an event that still shapes our lives today. Codice libro della libreria AAJ9781904897835

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