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Edwardian from The Bloomsbury Dictionary of English Literature
A term descriptive of the political, social and cultural characteristics of the early years of the 20th century , roughly corresponding to the reign of King Edward VII (1901-1910).
The "Great War": World War I
Provides political considerations, military achievement, weapons, uniforms, and armor, military organization, doctrine, strategy, and tactics, contemporary sources, and a bibliography of books, articles, and films.
World War I - Great Britain
Full text, peer reviewed articles in Academic Search Complete.
Class, Experience and Britain's Twentieth Century
The article discusses social classes in Great Britain throughout the 20th century, including the role they play in understanding experiences and British social history during this period. An overview of Great Britain's historiography of social classes, including of the country's working class and class relations, is provided.
Segment from the video, In Time of Need.
In the early 20th century, Britain was economically and politically strong. After Queen Victoria's death, George V faced social and political unrest.
World War I
From the Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo to the delegates signing the Versailles Treaty, this program covers the events that set off the war and the war itself.
Below is a selected print book at Columbia College.