Our War: Ireland in the Great War

Our War: Ireland in the Great WarOur War: Ireland in the Great War by John Horne
ISBN: 9781904890508
Published by Royal Irish Academy on October 24th 2008
Pages: 319

Len's Summary: A series of essays edited by Tomlinson Prize-winner John Horne on the experiences of Irishmen at home and in the trenches. Emblematic of renewed Irish interest in WWI, in the past a fraught subject in the Irish Republic. For a contemporary view of Ulster see: Unionists and Great War Commemoration in the North of Ireland, 1914-1919: People, Places and Politics, Catherine Switzer, 211 pages, Irish Academy Press, 2007, ISBN 0 7165 2872 X, £19 from Amazon.co.uk.

A Companion to World War I

A Companion to World War IA Companion to World War I by John Horne
ISBN: 9781119968702
Published by John Wiley & Sons on January 30th 2012
Genres: History, General, Military, World War I, Essays
Pages: 724

Len's Summary: First published in hard cover in 2011, this volume contains 38 essays by leading scholars on military, social, economic, political, technical and cultural aspects of the conflict. Also available as an e-book. Horn won the Tomlinson Book Prize in 2002. -- Thirty-eight analytical essays by leading scholars who represent the cutting edge of research on WWI and its legacy. Holger Herwig’s essay on the War in the West is of particular interest. Both Horn and Herwig are winners of the WFA’s Norman B. Tomlinson, Jr. Book Prize. -- Essays on the world before, during and after The Great War edited by a winner of the WFA Annual Tomlinson Book Prize. Military, diplomatic and cultural legacies of the war; war crimes, film and gender issues. A less expansive paperback version is promised. Order from www.blackwellreference.com.

War in Peace: Paramilitary Violence in Europe after the Great War

War in Peace: Paramilitary Violence in Europe after the Great WarWar in Peace: Paramilitary Violence in Europe after the Great War by Robert Gerwarth, John Horne
ISBN: 9780199686056
Published by OUP Oxford on October 3rd 2013
Genres: History, Europe, General, Former Soviet Republics, Military, World War I, Revolutionary, Russia & the Former Soviet Union, Modern, 20th Century, Social History, Political Science, Political Freedom
Pages: 256

Len's Summary: Conflicts lasting through 1923 broke out in Ireland, Italy, Eastern and Central Europe, and Turkey.