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  1. LibGuides: Online Library Support and Resources for Your Subject 1 item
  2. Week 1: Popular understandings of the First World War 9 items
    1. Read one of the following 6 items
      In order to prepare for the screening, take a look at a minimum of one of the following readings
      1. The Great War - Dan Todman March 10, 2007 (Paperback)

        Book  Read pages 64-67. A couple of pages of this important book that deal with the film version of Oh! What a Lovely War. Other sections of the book deal with the musical.

    2. Required secondary reading 3 items
  3. Week 2: Revisionist historiography and the 'cultural turn' 3 items
    1. Required secondary reading 3 items
  4. Week 3: The approach of war 3 items
    1. Required secondary reading 3 items
  5. Week 4: Popular reactions to war 3 items
    1. Required secondary reading 3 items
  6. Week 5: Industrialised warfare and the Western Front, 1914-1917 5 items
    1. Required secondary reading 3 items
    2. Online Articles 2 items
  7. Week 6: READING WEEK 0 items
  8. Week 7: The soldiers' experience 3 items
    1. Required secondary reading 3 items
  9. Week 8: A global war? Beyond the Western Front 3 items
    1. Required secondary reading 3 items
      1. Subalterns at War - Michèle Barrett 11/2007

        Article 

  10. Week 9: Gender in wartime 3 items
    1. Required secondary reading 3 items
  11. Week 10: Victory 1918: Why did the allies win? 3 items
    1. Required secondary reading 3 items
  12. Week 11: The Paris Peace Conference and post-war international relations 3 items
    1. Required secondary reading 3 items
  13. Week 12: Commemorating the First World War in its centenary moment 3 items
    1. Required secondary reading 3 items
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