The Long End of the First World War: Ruptures, Continuities and Memories

The Long End of the First World War: Ruptures, Continuities and Memories

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783593508627
Publisher: Campus Verlag
Publication date: 12/15/2018
Series: Eigene und Fremde Welten, volume 36 Series
Pages: 400
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Katrin Bomber and Heike Liebau are both senior researchers at the Centre for Modern Oriental Studies in Berlin where Katharina Lange is a research fellow. Anorthe Wetzel is vice head of the conferences and symposia unit of the Volkwagen Foundation in Hanover.

Table of Contents

About the Book Katrin Bromber Katharina Lange Heike Liebau Anorthe Wetzel 7

I New Approaches, Methodologies and Sources

The First World War: Climax and Crisis of Imperialism Radhika Desai 17

The First World War and the Global Environment: A View from South Asia Iftekhar Iqbal 45

Malaria and the Legacy of the First World War in the Ottoman Empire Chris Gratien 67

East Africa and the Post-War Question of Global Arms Control Felix Brahm 85

Migration and the Long First World War in Tunisia Christopher Rominger 109

II Historiographies and Remembrance

2014: An Invented Anniversary?: Museum Exhibitions on the First World War in Russia Oksana Nagornaja 121

The First World War in Africa, the Middle East and South Asia: Commemoration, New Research and Debates around the Centennial Katrin Bromber Katharina Lange Heike Liebau 137

"Carnival of Hell. The First World War and the Senses": Exhibiting War Franziska Dunkel 175

The Material Culture of Remembrance and Identity: Imperial War Graves Commission Sites of South Africa, India, Canada and Australia on the Western Front Hanna Smyth 199

Between Persistent Differences and Vagueness: School Textbook Accounts about the First World War Barbara Christophe Kerstin Schwedes 209

The Long End of the Ottoman Empire: Historiographical Discourses on the First World War in the Consolidating Republic of Turkey Veronika Hager 235

"Digging Deep, Crossing Far". A contemporary art project reaching from the First World War Halfmoon Camp in Wünsdorf to present-day Lahore Julia Tieke 267

Editors, Authors and further Contributors 293

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