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Ewence, Hannah

Minorities and the First World War

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Table of contents

1. Introduction. Minority History: From War to Peace
Hannah Ewence, Tim Grady

SECTION ONE. “Friendly” Minorities in War and Peace

2. “Tasting the King’s Salt”: Muslims, Contested Loyalties and the First World War
Humayun Ansari

3. Between Friends and Enemies: The Dilemma of Jews in the Final Stages of the War
Sarah Panter

4. Bridging the Gap Between “War” and “Peace”: The Case of Belgian Refugees in Britain
Hannah Ewence

SECTION TWO. The Wartime “Enemy”: From Internment to Freedom

5. “Enemy Aliens” in Scotland in a Global Context, 1914–1919: Germanophobia, Internment, Forgetting
Stefan Manz

6. “The Enemy Within”?: Armenians, Jews, the Military Crises of 1915 and the Genocidal Origins of the “Minorities Question”
Mark Levene

7. Black, Arab and South Asian Colonial Britons in the Intersections Between War and Peace: The 1919 Seaport Riots in Perspective
Jacqueline Jenkinson

SECTION THREE. Remembering and Forgetting Minorities in Wartime

8. Race and the Legacy of the First World War in French Anti-Colonial Politics of the 1920s
David Murphy

9. Memory, Storytelling and Minorities: A Case Study of Jews in Britain and the First World War
Tony Kushner

10. Selective Remembering: Minorities and the Remembrance of the First World War in Britain and Germany
Tim Grady

11. Afterword
Panikos Panayi

Keywords: History, European History, History of Military, Social History

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137539755
Printed ISBN
978-1-137-53974-8

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