- April 2004 · 281pages · 220x140mm
- ·Paperback - 9780708318676
A collection of Angus Calder’s work dealing with war and memory. Beginning with a section devoted to war memorials and the public remembrance of war, the collection then looks at the lived experience of war for the “ordinary” soldier.
'..a thoughtful and learned collection with the essay on Crete being a real highlight. Calder's lightness of touch and wryness of tone means everything in here is never less than well done'. Chapman