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Attitudes towards the great war in the city of Bradford 1914-1918.

R. I. Midgley

Attitudes towards the great war in the city of Bradford 1914-1918.

by R. I. Midgley

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Published by Huddersfield Polytechnic .
Written in English


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ContributionsPolytechnic, Huddersfield. Department of Humanities.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13898375M

“War” declared Trotsky, “is the locomotive of history” (Bourne, , p) When considering the attitude of the people towards the change governmental intervention had in their lives, one must consider a number of different aspects. The scene must firstly be set by ascertaining the mood of the people upon the outbreak of war, and this Bourne eloquently describes.   In her new book, Bradford: remembering , published today, local researcher Kathryn Hughes discusses these questions in the light of new discoveries in Bradford archives. I am very much looking forward to reading it! *Bradford Sanitary Association Annual Report , quoted by Dr Hughes on the Bradford WW1 website.

The National Roll of the Great War Section IX Bradford (14 Volumes) The Complete collection. The National Roll of the Great War is a unique series of 14 volumes of the First World War. The volumes were published by the National Publishing Company and are extremely rare. World War I (often abbreviated as WWI or WW1), also known as the First World War or the Great War, was a global war that lasted from to Contemporaneously described as "the war to end all wars", it led to the mobilisation of more than 70 million military personnel, including 60 million Europeans, making it one of the largest wars in history. Date: 28 July – 11 November , (4 years, 3 .

  Stories of Addingham and the Great War, By Catherine Snape. Addingham Civic Society (email: [email protected]), x + pp. ISBN: £ “From Addingham, a close-knit village of millworkers and farmers, with a population of less than 2,, over men marched off to fight in the war.   The Myriad Faces of War, first published in , is a unique and compelling study of the First World War from the standpoint of British involvement. It explores the reasons for Britain's entry into the war, the nature and course of Britain's participation, and the far-reaching repercussions of the war on British society.5/5(6).


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