Shell Shock Cinema: Weimar Culture and the Wounds of War

Shell Shock Cinema: Weimar Culture and the Wounds of WarShell Shock Cinema: Weimar Culture and the Wounds of War by Anton Kaes
ISBN: 9780691008509
Published by Princeton University Press on October 2nd 2011
Genres: Art, Film & Video, History, Europe, General, Germany, Performing Arts, Social Science
Pages: 328

Len's Summary: Weimar Republic culture and the wounds of war. // Interpretative history of Weimar-era German cinema and how it reflected the memory of The Great War.

British Silent Cinema and The Great War

British Silent Cinema and The Great WarBritish Silent Cinema and The Great War by Michael Hammond, Michael Williams
ISBN: 0230292623
Published by Palgrave Macmillan on November 15th 2011
Genres: Essays, Film & Video, Military, Performing Arts, World War I
Pages: 216

Len's Summary: These essays look at the British movie industry’s response to The Great War and how that industry shaped the war’s memory in the 19 teens and 20s.

Soldiers of Song: The Dumbells and Other Canadian Concert Parties of the First World War

Soldiers of Song: The Dumbells and Other Canadian Concert Parties of the First World WarSoldiers of Song: The Dumbells and Other Canadian Concert Parties of the First World War by Jason Wilson
ISBN: 9781554588442
Published by Wilfrid Laurier University Press on November 6th 2012
Genres: History, Canada, Post-Confederation (1867-), Performing Arts, Comedy, Music, Genres & Styles, Military & Marches
Pages: 248

Len's Summary: Soldier-entertainers boost troop morale and mounted the first Canadian production to score a hit on Broadway. An important piece of Canadian cultural history.