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Publication Date: 1997
Publisher: Cengage Learning
This volume in the "Problems in European Civilization" series is a collection of scholarly essays and primary sources focusing on the legacy of World War I. For courses on World War I, this new volume makes a perfect complement to Herwig' s "Outbreak of World War I" and Shevin-Coetzee/Coetzee' s "World War I and European Society: A Sourcebook."William Keylor is the author of 'The Legacy of the Great War: Peacemaking 1919 (Problems in European Civilization (DC Heath))', published 1997 under ISBN 9780669417111 and ISBN 0669417114.
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