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Men at War 1914-1918: National Sentiment and Trench Journalism in France during the First World War

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This study is based on the extraordinarily rich and varied range of trench journalism that brings to life - in the vivid language of the soldiers themselves - not only their suffering but also their vulgarity, sentimentality and idealism.
Paperback, 207 pages
Published July 16th 1992 by Bloomsbury Academic
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Stéphane Audoin-Rouzeau is a French historian. He is co-director of the Research Center of the Museum of the Great War (Historial de la Grande Guerre), based in Péronne, in the Somme.

He is the son of Philippe Audoin(-Rouzeau), a surrealist writer who was close to André Breton, and the brother of the historian, archaeologist and writer Fred Vargas (alias Frédérique Audoin-Rouzeau) and the painter J
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