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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 273Library 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