WORLD WAR I
A History in Documents
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The textual and pictorial documents in this collection portray the war as it was fought by soldiers, managed by politicians, interpreted by artists and writers, and experienced on home fronts in Europe and the United States.
Headnotes, extended captions, sidebars, and introductory essays frame primary sources that help students become their own historians. The book also provides them with valuable practice for document-based questions found on AP and other exams.
Quantities are limited.
8" x 10"
Oxford University Press