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Table of Contents for
The Great War: From Memory to History, edited by Kellen Kurschinski, Steve Marti, Alicia Robinet, Matt Symes, and Jonathan F. Vance

Section 1

1. Canon Fodder | Zachary Abram

2. Too Close to History | Thomas Hodd

3. State Great War Histories | Kimberly J. Lamay

4. The Great War in Popular Detective Fiction | Marzena Sokolowska-Paryz

5. From “Backstabbing Arabs” to “Shirking Kurds” | Veysel Simsek

6. Men of Suvla | Jane McGaughey

7. History Trumps Memory | William Stewart

Section 2

8. “Kitchener’s Tourists” | Carol Acton

9. “Loyal until Death” | Dan Bullard

10. Remembered Soldiers and Forgotten Enemies | Mary Chaktsiris

11. The Forgotten Few | Geoff Keelan

12. The Names of the Dead | Bette London

13. “Loyal and Civilized” | Brian MacDowall

Section 3

14. The Battles of the Coronel and Falkland Islands (1927) and the Struggle for the Cinematic Image of the Great War | Mark Connelly

15. “Can one grow used to death? It is unsafe to think of this...” | Alice Kelly

16. Kitsch, Commemoration, and Mourning in the Aftermath of the Great War | Mark A.R. Facknitz

17. “Ask Him if He’ll Drink a Toast to the Dead” | Robert Morley

18. Otto Dix and the Great War | Michelle Wijegoonaratna

19. (Re)Shaping the Picture of the “East” | Wolfram Dornik