The Long End of the First World War: Ruptures, Continuities and Memories
The Herrenhausen Symposium "The Long End of the First World War: Ruptures, continuities and memories" took place in Hanover from May 8-10, 2017. It focused on the relation between global history and social history, highlighting actors and regions, and it systematically engaged with the issue of diverse periodizations.
Welcome Addresses by Wilhelm Krull and Andreas Gestrich | Introduction Katrin Bromber.
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