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To End All Wars: A Story of Protest and Patriotism in the First World War / Adam Hochschild

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Paperback, 433 Pages Published 2011
£9.99

In this compelling account scholar Adam Hocshchild turns his attention to whose who, often at great personal cost, protested against the war. Featuring a diverse group of characters from feminists and philosophers to trade unionists and aristocrats - Hocschild captures a Great Britain as it is fractured by the seismic upheaval of the Great War. In essence showing how War was not only fought on battlefields in Europe, but at home and work, between family and friends who found themselves on opposite sides. 

In this compelling account scholar Adam Hocshchild turns his attention to whose who, often at great personal cost, protested against the war. Featuring a diverse group of characters from feminists and philosophers to trade unionists and aristocrats - Hocschild captures a Great Britain as it is fractured by the seismic upheaval of the Great War. In essence showing how War was not only fought on battlefields in Europe, but at home and work, between family and friends who found themselves on opposite sides.