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General Amos Alfred Fries
A Career Officer and a New Weapon of War
Amos A. Fries was born in Wisconsin in 1873, but spent his childhood on his parent’s farm in Missouri and moved with them to Eugene, Oregon just before finishing high school. As a boy, he expressed an interest in...
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09 March 2014
Call for Papers
The Great War, a Hundred Years On:
Origins, Lessons and Legacies of the First World War
6-8 November 2014
Georgia Gwinnett College
25 February 2014
THE FIRST WORLD WAR: LOCAL, GLOBAL AND IMPERIAL PERSPECTIVES; 27–28 MARCH 2015; CENTRE FOR THE HISTORY OF VIOLENCE, UNIVERSITY...
FWW Society Members' Research
17 February 2014
I am a social and cultural historian of the First World War with a particular interest in the experience of...
07 February 2014
After a career of 25 years as a chaplain in the British army I started to research into the history...
Cyprus and Armenia in the Great War: imperialism, decolonisation, genocide, humanitarianism
30 January 2014
Dr Andrekos Varnava is Senior Lecturer in Imperial and Military History at Flinders University, Australia. His research and publications centre...
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