The First World War: Volume 1 : Analysis and Interpretation, Volume 1.
This volume is the result of an international conference held at Sapienza University of Rome in June 2014, which brought together scholars from different countries to re-analyse and re-interpret the events of the First World War, one hundred years after a young Bosnian Serb student from the “Mlada Bosna,” Gavrilo Princip, “lit the fuse” and ignited the conflict which was to forever change the world. The Great War – initially on a European and then on a world scale – demonstrated the fragility of the international system of the European balance of powers, and determined the dissolution of the great multinational empires and the need to redraw the map of Europe according to the principles of national sovereignty. This book provides new insights into…. more
Pages: 415 pages
Publication date 15 Oct 2015
The First World War: Volume 2 : Analysis and Interpretation
Pages: 535 pages
Publication date 31 Dec 2015
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