Publishing in the First World War: essays in book history
Hammond, Mary and Towheed, Shafquat (eds.) (2007) Publishing in the First World War: essays in book history, Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 256pp.
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PART 1: PROFIT AND PATRIOTISM For Country, Conscience and Commerce: Publishers and Publishing, 1914-1918; J.Potter 'No such bookselling has ever before taken place in this country': Propaganda and the Wartime Distribution Practices of W.H. Smith and Son; S.Colclough Translating Peace: Pacifist Publishing and the Transmission of Foreign Texts; G.Brockington
PART 2: READING AND NATIONAL CONSCIOUSNESS Sepoys, Sahibs and Babus: India, the Great War and Two Colonial Journals; S.Das The Battle of the Books: Supplying Prisoners of War; R.Pöppinghege Australian Soldiers and the World of Print During the Great War; A.Laugesen
PART 3: WRITING THE TRENCHES The Tuition of Manhood: 'Sapper's' War Stories and the Literature of War; J.Meyer British Army Trench Journals and a Geography of Identity; J.Pegum 'A New and Vital Moral Factor': Cartoon Book Publishing in Britain during the First World War; N.Hiley
PART 4: ENLISTED AT HOME Translating Propaganda: John Buchan's Writing during the First World War; K.Macdonald Making a Text the Fordian Way: Between St Dennis and St George, Propaganda and the First World War; S.Haslam Depicting the War on the Western Front: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the Publication of The British Campaign in France and Flanders; K.Grieves.
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