Tag Archives: France

André Jeunet Collection – A French Soldier in World War 1 (via digital1418)

The digital collection André Jeunet Collection – A French soldier in World War I has been created by the University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky. André Jeunet was a French soldier who fought at the front in France, in particular near the Somme … Continue reading

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Resource for the Battle of the Marne

Mission cententaire has posted a marvelous collection of newspapers from the Bibliotheque nationale de France on the Battle of the Marne. I am posting it here as a resource for students who want to complete an extension. If you chose … Continue reading

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Nicolas Beaupré on Franco-German reconciliation

Von mir : Ein Jahrhundert später. Der Erste Weltkrieg und die deutsch-französische Aussöhnung (1914-2014) | bpb http://t.co/swMOlLhDUC #WW1 — Nicolas Beaupré (@nicolas_beaupre) March 11, 2014

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The “War Guilt Question” in France

One of the difficult questions being raised in the centenary commemoration regards national and individual culpability for starting the Great War. Both the British and the Germans are much taken with it at this point. The BBC has run shows … Continue reading

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