Crucible: The Long End of the Great War and the Birth of a New World, 1917–1924 Price: 12,96  (Preis vom 05/05/2020 02:28 PST- Details)



„Ricochets the reader around the globe, providing a visceral sense of the power and pace of the whirlwind that in the wake the Great War birthed the world as we know it. The result is a kaleidoscopic portrait, brilliantly curated and elegantly executed, of a world on the cusp of modernity“ (Wade Davis, author of Into the Silence)

A remarkable book… An amazingly audacious and completely innovative way of writing history … immediate and gripping“ (William Boyd)

An ambitious, original, seductive and important work“ (Robert Gildea)

Brings this extraordinary time to life with great vividness by evoking key moments from the daily lives of a dazzling variety of people“ (Adam Hochschild)

„Emmerson skilfully tells the story of this lingering end to the Great War and Europe’s subsequent and dramatic transformation“ (History of War)

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CHARLES EMMERSON is an Australian-born writer and historian. He studied modern history at Oxford University and international relations in Paris. He is the author of The Future History of the Arctic and 1913: The World Before the Great War. He lives in London.