Description - The First World War by Andrew Wrenn
The First World War is an option text for the new Modern World History GCSE courses. It is particularly suitable for use with MEG and SEG syllabuses. Andrew Wrenn considers the nature and significance of fighting during the First World War. Topics covered include the German invasion of Belgium and France; the war on the Western Front; the portrayal of the war by the press, governments and artists; the war in the air and at sea; the impact of the war on the Home Front; the Gallipoli campaign and war on other fronts. With an enquiry-based approach, the book is structured around key investigations, background briefings and reviews of the topics covered. Using a wide range of sources, vivid pictorial evidence, maps and diagrams, Andrew Wrenn has produced a text which will be both manageable in extent, and accessible and motivating to a wide range of students.
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(279mm x 216mm x 4mm)
Cambridge University Press
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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