Wartime memories, 1914-18.

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The author 1914-18. book takes a back seat in the book, and the story of the war is left to the memories of the veterans. The author outlines the stage of the war and the subject for each section, but it is the memories that take centre stage/5(10).

The 1st of September is The Wartime Memories Project's 21st Birthday. If you would like to send us a present, a donation, no matter how small, would be much appreciated, annually we need to raise enough funds to pay for our web hosting and maintainance or this site will vanish from the web. Richard van Emden has interviewed over veterans of the 1914-18.

book War and has written widely on the conflict. Previous books include Britain's Last Tommies, Boy Soldiers of the Great War, All Quiet on the Home Front, Prisoners of the Kaiser and the top five best-selling The Trench.

Imperial Germany’s “Iron Regiment” of the First World War; War Memories of Service with Infantry Regiment Inspired by the by wartime 1914-18. book of the author’s grandfather, Albert Rieth, this book offers a rare, English-language history of a German regiment that fought through some of the heaviest combat of the Great War.

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Books shelved as war-memoirs: With the Old Breed: At Peleliu and Okinawa by Eugene B. Sledge, Helmet for My Pillow: From Parris Island to the Pacific by. The Wartime Memories Project is the original WW1 and WW2 commemoration website We are looking for volunteers to help with researching the activities of units of the Royal Artillery, Royal Engineers, Territorial Force, Regular Army, Pals Battalions, Kitchener's New Armies, Voluntary Organisations and the Ships of the Royal Navy.

Did you know that we also have a section about The Great War of and a Timecapsule to preserve stories from other conflicts. These include: Vietman, Korea, Aiden, The Falklands, Iraq, Afghanistan and many others. The Wartime Memories Project has been running since The Wartime Memories Project is the original WW1 and WW2 commemoration website.

We are looking for volunteers to help with researching the activities of units of the Royal Artillery, Royal Engineers, Territorial Force, Regular Army, Pals Battalions, Kitchener's New Armies, Voluntary Organisations and the Ships of the Royal Navy.

This book analyses soldiers’ memoirs from the Great War of from Britain, France and Germany. It considers both the authors’ composition of the memoirs and the public response to them.

This book analyses soldiers’ memoirs from the Great War of from Britain, France and Germany.

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It considers both the authors’ composition of the memoirs and the public response to them. It provi. Richard van Emden is a well-known historian of the Great War, having interviewed veterans and written, so far, twelve books.

Richard was born in Nottingham inand read Politics at Newcastle University, subsequently taking his MA and MPhil at the University of Reading. On the centenary of the Great War, there are now no longer any veterans alive of the six million men who served on the Western Front.

Although this means that the Great War as a living history is to all intents and purposes over, the twenty years Richard van Emden spent interviewing and carefully recording the memories of over veterans, makes this extraordinary collection of stories even 5/5(1).

Between andover million Canadians served in army, navy, and air forces across the globe. Canadians contributed significantly to home defence, the production of war materials, the training of aircrews, the protection of shipping convoys across the Atlantic, the United Kingdom’s defence, the bomber war over Europe, and land, air, and sea action in Asia, the Mediterranean region.

Wartime Memories Project. One of the most profound books I have ever read -- it brought me to tears several times. Highly readable and engrossing, I read the book in about four evenings, and could not wait to return to it each day after work. It provides as a good a texture of the war and its conditions as one could ever hope : £   Redemption of war-torn memories book review.

Redemption of war-torn memories. Boyd Tonkin @indyvoices. Thursday 10 July It filters the war. The Wartime Memories Project. K likes. The Wartime Memories Project is a non profit organisation. This study concerns some of the military cemeteries that were built in Belgium and France by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission following the First World War of – The cemeteries articulate one of the main social memories of the war to remember the dead individually.

A fascinating autograph book was donated to us at Hitchin Library in which was compiled by a Hitchin resident, Hilda Foster. Hilda Foster was the daughter of the landlord and lady, (Arthur and Emily Foster), of The Cricketers PH on Bedford Road, book contains amusing sayings, ditties and drawings, all added by soldiers of the Royal Engineers who were stationed in Hitchin.

wartime memories: hits Collects golden wartime songs of yesteryear by artists including Vera Lynn, Gracie Fields, Glenn Miller, Irving Berlin, The Andrews. Long a topic of historical interest, wartime captivity has over the past decade taken on new urgency as an object of study.

Transnational by its very nature, captivity’s historical significance extends far beyond the front lines, ultimately inextricable from the histories of mobilization, nationalism, colonialism, law, and a host of other related subjects.

Evidence, History and the Great War. Historians and the Impact of –18 edited by: Gail Braybon New York, NY, Berghahn,ISBN: ; pp.;Price: £ Get this from a library. Memories of the war to end war, [William Roberts]. Get this from a library. Memories from the Frontline: Memoirs and Meanings of The Great War from Britain, France and Germany.

[Jerry Palmer] -- This book analyses soldiers' memoirs from the Great War of from Britain, France and Germany. It considers both the authors' composition of the memoirs and the public response to them. Menston's war memories in a new book to be launched at St John's Submitted by on Thu, 13/06/ - A new book capturing memories and stories of life in Menston and Wharedale during the First World War will be launched at St John the Divine church at the end of the month.

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Martin Pegler, a British museum curator, provides an excellent survey of the British soldier in the First World War in Osprey's British Tommy.

Due to size constraints, the book is limited in scope to the Western Front, but other Osprey titles cover the pre-war regular army and other s: The book is very well written, albeit progressing a little slowly at through the beginning.

Covers the influences of the First World War on the writtings of Tolkien and Lewis throughout 3 quarters of the book. Great read for fans of the books and very insightful, explaining why Reviews:   Memoirs and Meanings of The Great War from Britain, France and Germany.

Authors: Palmer, Jerry. Click here for more information. This book analyses soldiers’ memoirs from the Great War of from Britain, France and Germany.

It considers both the authors’ composition of the memoirs and the public response to them. British Tommy –18 book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. World War I () was a watershed in British military and soci /5(1).

This book was published in and contained 40 works by as many authors. The coverage was almost entirely the wars in 20th century Europe (mainly World War I and its aftermath, and World War II), together with some attention to the conflicts in Korea and Vietnam and the Gulf s: 8.

Every man, woman and child was affected by the war. If you have interesting memories of the home front () please contact: Ellen Quinn, Testimony Films, 12 Great George Street, Bristol BS1 5RS. Tel () Email: [email protected]