The Home Front, 1914-1918: How Britain Survived the Great War (Britain at War)

By: BECKETT, Ian F.W.

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The First World War was the first conflict to mobilize all Britain, and this new Home Front affected the lives of every man, woman and child. While George V was issued with a ration card, thousands of ordinary women took up jobs traditionally done by men. And aerial bombardment made the effects of war astonishingly real. Discover here the varied and often surprising ways in which the people of Britain lived through it all. 224 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. Bright, fresh copy, unmarked. Nearly similar, unclipped dustjacket show a couple of tiny edge tears. Weight, 847g.

Title: The Home Front, 1914-1918: How Britain Survived the Great War (Britain at War)

Author Name: BECKETT, Ian F.W.

Categories: Social and Cultural History, World War I, Britain - History, Politics & Topography,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: UK, The National Archives: 2006

ISBN Number: 1903365813

ISBN Number 13: 9781903365816

Binding: Cloth

Book Condition: As New

Jacket Condition: Almost As New

Type: Hardcover

Size: Quarto

Seller ID: 32326

Keywords: WWI GREAT WAR BRITAIN HOME FRONT SOCIAL HISTORY