Abstract: Histories of the First World War have uncovered an ever increasing diversity of sites of cultural expression, familial, communal and national, which may be defined as forms of popular culture. Memory itself has been an important theoretical feature of cultural histories of the war. The physical monumen…
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“Introduction: Popular Culture and the First World War”, in:
Brill’s Digital Library of World War I.
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