Table of contents for 14-18, understanding the Great War / St‚ephane Audoin-Rouzeau and Annette Becker ; translated from the French by Catherine Temerson.


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      Introduction: Understanding the Great War          I

      I. VIOLENCE
 one Battle, combat, violence: a necessary history      I5
 two Civilians: atrocities and occupation                45
 three The camp phenomenon:
      the internment of civilians and military prisoners  70


      II. CRUSADE
 four The beginnings of war                               94
 five Civilisation, barbarism and war fervour            113
 six Great expectations, eschatology, demobilisation  I59

      III. MOURNING
seven Historicising grief                                175
eight Collective mourning                                182
nine Personal bereavement                               203


      Conclusion: 'You didn't see anything in the I92os
      and 1930s'                                        226
      Notes                                             239
      Index                                             273





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: World War, 1914-1918 Psychological aspects, World War, 1914-1918 Social aspects, Nationalism Europe History 20th century, Bereavement Europe History 20th century, Violence Europe History 20th century, Race discrimination Europe History 20th century, World War, 1914-1918 France Psychological aspects