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✯ [BOOKS] ⚣ IWM By Terry Charman ✼ – Tripzmode.co Your country Needs YOU was the poster slogan that shouted out to many during World War I And indeed it did As men of all ages joined the Forces and left their homes and jobs so those left behind were ✯ [BOOKS] ⚣ IWM By Terry Charman ✼ – Tripzmode.co Your country Needs YOU was the poster slogan that shouted out to many during World War I And indeed it did As men of all ages joined the Forces and left their homes and jobs so those left behind were Your country Needs YOU was the poster slogan that shouted out to many during World War I And indeed it did As men of all ages joined the Forces and left their homes and.

Jobs so those left behind were forced to step up and take their place Food shortages rationing the First Blitz and the appearance of women in the workplace all became familar Drawing on the archives of the Imperial War Museum author Terry Charman presents a lively portrait of life on the Home Front in World War I Filled with absorbing first hand accounts taken from diaries letters and newspaper reports the changing life in Britain between.

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IWM MOBIJobs so those left behind were forced to step up and take their place Food shortages rationing the First Blitz and the appearance of women in the workplace all became familar Drawing on the archives of the Imperial War Museum author Terry Charman presents a lively portrait of life on the Home Front in World War I Filled with absorbing first hand accounts taken from diaries letters and newspaper reports the changing life in Britain between.

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  1. Julie Bozza Julie Bozza says:

    PDF/EPUB Terry Charman Ò Ò IWM ePUB Ã IWM MOBIA good thorough useful look at how the 'Great War' affected the communities and individuals who remained at home in Britain Excellent content with plenty of direct stories and uotations giving a feel for the genuine


  2. Sean Sean says:

    PDF/EPUB Terry Charman Ò Ò IWM ePUB Ã IWM MOBIUsing archives from the Imperial War Museum Terry Charman's The First World War on the Home Front makes for an extremely interesting and surprisingly personal account of Britain's struggle and perseverance during the most devastating conflict that the world had ever seen The book is structured into chapters focusing on different aspects of how the war impacted the nation from rationing to air raids to the role of women and children in making up for the sudden absence in a large portion of the male work force The author uses first person accounts to personalise the events being depicted in the book from the tragic to the bizarre with a variety of age gender and social groups being represented The book occasionally suffers from needlessly long and mundane miscellaneous lists of for example how much particular items increased in price at a particular time however this does not distract from how well the various topics and subtopics within each chapter blend


  3. Rue Baldry Rue Baldry says:

    PDF/EPUB Terry Charman Ò Ò IWM ePUB Ã IWM MOBIThis is a collection of interesting anecdotes which give a good feeling of life in Britain during the First World War It could do with a thorough edit there are missing words etc The style is a little plodding with a heavy reliance on the records of court cases which become a bit of a list at times As I commented while reading it would also have been useful to have freuent dates rather than phrases like ‘earlier that month’ etcHowever overall it’s a good set of interesting characters and events running from the week before war was declared to Armistice day Some aspects of life then feel foreign but a lot are similar to now and the people of all classes and geographical areas respond as people probably would now Some of it is funny some sad some heroic and some appalling There are also interesting facts about way


  4. Reza Amiri Praramadhan Reza Amiri Praramadhan says:

    PDF/EPUB Terry Charman Ò Ò IWM ePUB Ã IWM MOBIIn 1914 Great Britain was under the greatest threat of invasion since the Spanish Armada Even the Armada did not manage to land its troops inland But against the Germans the threat could not be any real that there were zeppelin bombings and everything the British public was whipped into nationalistic frenzy at first with anti German hysteria However the Brits held on With rationing war drive and so on Great Britain experienced what it is called total war And when the war is finally over in 1918 nobody would expect that they would be doi


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