Of little comfort war widows, fallen soldiers, and the remaking of nation after the Great War /
During and especially after World War I, the millions of black-clad widows on the streets of Europe's cities were a constant reminder that war caused carnage on a vast scale. But widows were far more than just a reminder of the war's fallen soldiers; they were literal and figurative actres...
|Published:||New York : New York University Press, ©2012.|
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