Letters From Captivity: The First World War Correspondence of the German Prisoners of War in the United Kingdom
Elsa Brändström and the Reintegration of Returning Prisoners of War and their Families in Post-War Germany and Austria
The Camp Newspaper Nedelja as a Reflection of the Experience of Russian Prisoners of War in Austria-Hungary
The Memory Landscape of the South-Western Front: Cultural Legacy, Promotion of Tourism, or European Heritage?
From “Free Love” to Married Love: Gender Politics, Marie Stopes, and Middlebrow Fiction by Women in the Early Nineteen Twenties
Diverse Constructions: Feminist and Conservative Women’s Movements and Their Contribution to the (Re-)Construction of Gender Relations in Hungary after the First World War
New Writers, New Literary Genres (1914–1918): The Contribution of Historical Comparatism (France, Germany)
Best Boys and Aching Hearts: The Rhetoric of Romance as Social Control in Wartime Magazines for Young Women