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Monthly Archive

April 2019

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 5 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Jennifer Orth-Veillon
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All the Way Home by Jane Clarke

All the Way Home By Jane Clarke   The Irish experience of the First World War has been largely overlooked and even denied until relatively recently; now we know that 210,000 Irish soldiers fou... read more..

Jennifer Orth-Veillon
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The Weariness of the Thing - "The Boys Who Live in the Ground"

The Weariness of the Thing - "The Boys Who Live in the Ground"By Connie Ruzich Of the American aviators who flew over enemy lines in the war, only fifteen percent were left after the signing of the a... read more..

Jennifer Orth-Veillon
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History Between Humor and Tragedy: Musings on Robert Graves' Memoir, Goodbye to All That

History Between Humor and Tragedy: Musings on Robert Graves' Memoir, Goodbye to All ThatBy David James *When thinking about the First World War, I am reminded of a quote by Jorge Luis Borges about ... read more..

Jennifer Orth-Veillon
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Ellen N. La Motte's The Backwash of War. Did a Censored Female Writer Inspire Hemingway’s Famous Style?

Ellen N. La Motte's The Backwash of War. Did a Censored Female Writer Inspire Hemingway’s Famous Style?*By Cynthia Wachtell    Everyone knows Hemingway, but few know of Ellen N. La Mo... read more..

Jennifer Orth-Veillon
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WWI Touches Pablo Picasso

WWI Touches Pablo PicassoBy David Allen Sullivan   While award-winning poet David Allen Sullivan visited the Tate Museum Great War Art exhibition, he was most struck by a painting tha... read more..

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