The Day the Great War Ended, 24 July 1923 The Civilianization of Warby Winter, Jay
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Jay Winter, Charles J Stille Professor of History emeritus, Yale University
Jay Winter is an historian of the First World War, trained at Columbia and Cambridge. His first job was at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem; he then taught at Warwick, Cambridge, Columbia, and Yale, from which he retired in 2015. His work has focused on many facets of the history of the Great War, including labour history, demographic history, and most recently, cultural history. He has been active in public history as well as academic history. He was a founder of the Historial de la Grande Guerre, Péronne, and served on its board of directors of its research centre for 30 years.
Table of Contents
Introduction: War and Peace
Part 1. The International Context
1. The road from Geneva
Part 2. The Eastern states: Reconfiguring the nation
2. The road from Ankara
3. The road from Athens
4. The road from Yerevan
Part 3. The Western states: Reconfiguring empire
5. The road from London
6. The road from Paris
7. The road from Rome
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