The First World War in 100 Objects: The Story of the Great War Told Through the Objects that Shaped It

The First World War in Objects The Story of the Great War Told Through the Objects that Shaped It Commemorate the centenary of the first truly global conflict through images of iconic items from the gas mask zeppelin and Churchill s famous cigar to personal possessions that tell poignant st

  • Title: The First World War in 100 Objects: The Story of the Great War Told Through the Objects that Shaped It
  • Author: Gary Sheffield
  • ISBN: 9781780973968
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Commemorate the centenary of the first truly global conflict through images of 100 iconic items, from the gas mask, zeppelin, and Churchill s famous cigar to personal possessions that tell poignant stories of those who fought and suffered Offering a unique perspective on the war to end all wars, these objects are accompanied by short essays, written by renowned World WaCommemorate the centenary of the first truly global conflict through images of 100 iconic items, from the gas mask, zeppelin, and Churchill s famous cigar to personal possessions that tell poignant stories of those who fought and suffered Offering a unique perspective on the war to end all wars, these objects are accompanied by short essays, written by renowned World War I expert Gary Sheffield, that highlight their significance.

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    One thought on “The First World War in 100 Objects: The Story of the Great War Told Through the Objects that Shaped It”

    1. Normally I would thumb through a book like this in the store or library and then move on. I was intrigued by the format of this book, so I picked it up at the library and read the whole thing. The format is a study of 100 various objects related to WWI, ranging from a gas mask to the Fokker Triplane to the Hall of Mirrors. A page of text on the left, and an image of the right. An interesting approach, and I managed to glean a little bit of knowledge on each item, but the book doesn't really tell [...]

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