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The First World War: A Global War

While it is called a ‘World War’, we sometimes forget the truly global nature of the conflict. The war spanned the continents, not only the fields of Flanders. Here are a few resources to understand the international conflict: 

Find further resources from us here on Tumblr, at the First World War Centenary Hub on our UK website, World War I: Commemorating the Centennial on our US website, the University of Oxford First World War activities, the World War I Centenary: Continuations and Beginnings resource center from the University of Oxford and JISC, Bodleian Libraries’ Oxford World War I Centenary Programme, and more to come throughout 2014. 

What books would you add to a list of resources for studying the global nature of the First World War?