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Introduction: experience, memory, and the Great War Part I. Experience and the War: 1. Soldiers and 'Khaki Girls': men and women in military and paramilitary organizations 2. The Healing of Her Men: amateur and professional hospital workers 3. Other armies: auxiliary war workers 4. A family at war: the Beales of Standen Part II. Memory and the War: 5. The soldier's story: publishing and the postwar years 6. Creating disillusionment in popular memory 7. Still fighting: memory enters history Conclusion: climbing out of the trenches.