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World War I: A Primary Source History

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This richly illustrated series uses primary sources and captivating images to make pivotal events in world history accessible to today's students. Time lines on each spread help students follow events as they happened, and a wealth of archival images bring each period to life.
Hardcover, 48 pages
Published July 1st 2005 by Gareth Stevens Publishing
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عجبني في الحدوتة تفهم أمريكا أول الأمر لمطالب ألمانيا المشروعة في التوسع، وبعدين سكوهم على دماغهم في معاهدة فيرساي، عادي يعني!!

و كرهت الألمان لما ابتدوا يضربوا في المدنيين، و يضربوا مراكب مدنية بغواصات، و استخدموا الغاز لأول مرة في الحرب. بس متفهم ضغط الحلفاء عليهم.

عجبني، احتفال الكل بالكريسماس بغض النظر عن الحرب ما بين الطرفين. و بغض النظر عن تحذير القيادات من اختلاط الجنود الأعداء !!

ايبر على الأخص و الثلاث مواقع بها، تركوا اثرا رهيبا في نفسي. ربما لحجم الخسائر، او مدة الحرب، أو علاقتي بالمدينة
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Nicholas J. Saunders is the world’s leading authority on the anthropological archaeology of the First world war. A lecturer in the department of Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Bristol, he undertook the first-ever study of Great war material culture as a British Academy Senior Research Fellow at University College London between 1998 and 2004. His exhibition of trench art from ...more
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