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World Travellers: Colonial Loyalties, Border Crossing and Cosmopolitanism in Recent Postcolonial First World War Novels

Anna Branach-Kallas
2018 Anglica. An International Journal of English Studies  
This article offers a comparative analysis of the representation of travelling men and women in The Sojourn (2003) by Canadian writer Alan Cumyn, The Daughters of Mars (2012) by Australian novelist Thomas  ...  These three novels explore the cliché of colonial loyalties, illustrating the diverse motivations that led individuals from North America and Australia to volunteer for the war.  ...  Acknowledgements This research was supported by grant DEC-2013/11/B/HS2/02871 from the Polish National Science Centre (Narodowe Centrum Nauki).  ... 
doi:10.7311/0860-5734.27.3.09 fatcat:4arkhtmgj5dh5l5kiynwt5z2p4

Battlefield Tourism at Gallipoli: The Revival of Collective Memory, the Construction of National Identity and the Making of a Long-distance Tourism Network

Elif Yeneroglu Kutbay, Aslihan Aykac
The Battle of the Dardanelles (Çanakkale), also known as the Gallipoli Campaign, played a crucial role in the construction and endorsement of national identity, irrespective of the immediate consequences  ...  The battlefields at Dardanelles were reinstated as the Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park in 1973.  ...  The Anzac Book published in 1916 was a collection of articles, jokes, cartoons compiled from the Anzacs in Gallipoli and carefully edited by Bean so as to leave out any harsh depictions of the war or negative  ... 
doi:10.6092/issn.2036-5195/6382 fatcat:6n2wegregnf7vgsh6wtlezlx2u

Iron Cross and Crescent Press Discussion of the Ottoman Empire in the United Kingdom, 1914-1918 [article]

Daniel Steel, University Of Canterbury
Praise for its soldiers' 'gentlemanly' conduct at Gallipoli served mostly to criticise German misconduct by contrast, while condemnation of Ottoman atrocities was directed mainly at Germany.  ...  Empire great, but hitherto unappreciated, importance within the press' Germano-centric conception of the First World War.  ...  Trumpener, Germany and the Ottoman Empire, 1914 -1918 (Princeton, 1968 Irish News Archive Cork Examiner  ... 
doi:10.26021/10223 fatcat:icgnu524ezfh3a4ztimw6yt6qi

Malaria's contribution to World War One – the unexpected adversary

Bernard J Brabin
2014 Malaria Journal  
In 1914, the scientific community had access to new knowledge on transmission of malaria parasites and their control, but the military were unprepared, and underestimated the nature, magnitude and dispersion  ...  Military malaria surveillance statistics have, therefore, been summarized for all theatres of the War, where available.  ...  Ross Archive at the University of Liverpool, and to Becks Skinner of the Army Medical Services Museum.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1475-2875-13-497 pmid:25515618 pmcid:PMC4301033 fatcat:bpeawqw33bdzxgj6t2foffcv6u

Complete Vol 5 (1992)

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1992 Fontanus  
The phrase "propinqui all' equatore ... non trovando termine" (lines 63-66) is omitted in R.  ...  He, too, joined the 'King Edward's Horse' and, in the summer of 1915, was sent to Gallipoli with the Expeditionary Force.  ...  For example, and as the full contents of Figure 15 Correspondence analysis is a relatively new form of exploratory data analysis which has proven extremely well suited for use with personal computers  ... 
doi:10.26443/fo.v5i.227 fatcat:7ifiaf576jd4pg7muifmpinrzy

Propaganda, Perspective, and the British World: New Zealand's First World War Propaganda and British Interactions, 1914-1918 [article]

Greg Hynes, University Of Canterbury
Specifically, the thesis argues that a gap existed between the rhetorical 'British world', as constructed in the content of New Zealand's wartime propaganda, and the practical realities of how the British  ...  This thesis addresses a particularly noticeable gap – the operation and contents of New Zealand's official First World War propaganda campaign.  ...  , p.17. 91 TNA:PRO, CO 323/693 -58573 'Raemaeker's cartoons', 15 December, 1915, p.641. 92 TNA:PRO, CO 323/689 -57324 'Louis Raemaekers' Cartoons', 13 December, 1915, pp.346-9. 93 TNA:PRO, CO 323/693  ... 
doi:10.26021/4425 fatcat:ozh2gkpwdvbqbnybyywtfduyty

Book Reviews Vol XXVI No 4, full text

Contributing Authors
2016 The Northern Mariner  
, and a multidisciplinary social analysis of the concept of the ship as a woman.  ...  The section on the Dardanelles Campaign, better known as Gallipoli, was most interesting. The goal of the attacks was to force the Turks out of the war and ensure the safety of the Suez Canal.  ...  It will certainly be of great interest to both the academic and interested reader, although it may be a little densely packed with content for the casual reader.  ... 
doi:10.25071/2561-5467.444 fatcat:sno3czozdzh2flktqh3dk7hea4

Re-envisioning the master narrative of Anzac : a painterly investigation of memory and memorialising of the Great War at the Australian War Memorial

MW Nay
This project has used painting to respond to the representation of World War One (WW1) in the Centenary Exhibition of Anzac (CE of A) at the Australian War Memorial (AWM).  ...  The imagery is fractured and overlapping, in contrast to the linear, chronological narrative of the CE of A, addressing the simultaneous continuance of competing interpretations of history that change  ...  with various war narratives, drawing attention here to the different permutations of the Gallipoli Campaign of 1915.Have you seen the film?  ... 
doi:10.25959/100.00045551 fatcat:3bb2gvpwgbdp7jeglt5g257ypm

Sixteenth Critical Bibliography of the History and Philosophy of Science and of the History of Civilization

George Sarton
1925 Isis  
of the content of geography.  ...  The author gives an analysis of it.  ... 
doi:10.1086/358324 fatcat:4riedgzkwrc6nbukkkkukvqdza

Does War Belong in Museums? The Representation of Violence in Exhibitions [chapter]

Wolfgang Muchitsch, Wolfgang Muchitsch
2013 Does War Belong in Museums?  
Secondly, the cartoon addresses another headache.  ...  basis of scientific sources for further research and critical analysis.  ...  content presented. 32 The busts and brief CVs of twenty so-called "civilian-soldier heroes and heroines" are on display alongside the corridor and are picturing the power-relations of the present under  ... 
doi:10.14361/transcript.9783839423066.9 fatcat:yojp76xljjh3dfppfkobr5lc6q

Book Reviews Vol XXV No 4, full text

Contributing Authors
2015 The Northern Mariner  
, thematic, and geographic diversity.  ...  Although Friedman recounts details of many battles including Dogger Bank, Jutland, Heligoland, and Gallipoli, his literary purpose is more an evaluation and analysis rather than a narrative of the historical  ...  While some readers may find this chapter not as familiar as the book's final chapter on the CIC in war, Wolters' analysis of how the Navy figured out these new developments during the interwar period is  ... 
doi:10.25071/2561-5467.448 fatcat:recjx6bbvnd7ncbvzlj4lga7tu

Childhood Encounters with Anzac, the Teaching and Dissemination of a Tradition, and the (Re) Invention of Remembrance [article]

Rebecca Wheatley, University, The Australian National, University, The Australian National
This study draws on a number of archival collections, such as the National Archives of Australia's repatriation records, the papers of the RSL and the Anzac Fellowship of Women, parliamentary debates,  ...  to the Centenary of Anzac in 2015.  ...  To analyse these sources most effectively, I have undertaken qualitative analysis of their content and provided quantitative measures of the weighting of specific topics.  ... 
doi:10.25911/5d51458fc39df fatcat:espowy4a4fggpkv2oma5jqueve

Homer, Troy and the Turks : heritage and identity in the late Ottoman Empire 1870-1915 [article]

Günay Uslu, Universitäts- Und Landesbibliothek Sachsen-Anhalt, Martin-Luther Universität
Monographs or edited volumes critically interrogate the politics of heritage and dynamics of memory, as well as the theoretical implications of landscapes and mass violence, nationalism and ethnicity,  ...  heritage preservation and conservation, archaeology and (dark) tourism, diaspora and postcolonial memory, the power of aesthetics and the art of absence and forgetting, mourning and performative re-enactments  ...  Figure 42 Mustafa Kemal Atatürk during the Gallipoli Campaign in 1915 Photo: geert Snoeijer, 2012 lieutenant-colonel mustafa Kemal Atatürk on lookout during the gallipoli campaign in 1915.  ... 
doi:10.25673/33700 fatcat:rjjbp7jlkjbyxnycxwq4aqt2ha

A Study on the Surroundings of Sednaoui El-Khazendar Historical Building in Khedival Cairo and Proposals for Improvement and Development

Ahmed elyamani, Nourhan Ali, Naglaa Abdel-Maksoud, Aya Adel
2019 International Journal of Heritage and Museum Studies  
ii The INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HERITAGE AND MUSEUM STUDIES (IJHMS), established in 2017, is an academic peer-reviewed multidisciplinary journal published annually in print and online in English language  ...  36 eines Teilgebietes von Kiel-Gaarden' [On the socio-spatial structure of an inner-city area -the case study of Kiel-Gaarden].  ...  Also we would like to thank TICD for providing support on site and the information on their previous work.  ... 
doi:10.21608/ijhms.2019.118687 fatcat:kzghs3wzwvby7o3q5yy6j6fqym

Reign of Alexander II (1855-1881) [chapter]

Anthony Cross
2014 In the Land of the Romanovs: An Annotated Bibliography of First-hand English-language Accounts of the Russian Empire (1613-1917)  
As for the rights of the images from Wikimedia Commons, please refer to the Wikimedia website (for each image, the link to the relevant page can be found in the list of illustrations).  ...  Please see the list of illustrations for attribution relating to individual images.  ...  Of the leading Russian authority Nikolai Bolkhovitinov's many relevant works, only The beginnings of Russian-American relations 1775-1815 (Cambridge, Mass. and London: Harvard University Press, 1975 and  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0042.09 fatcat:pdsxcei3nvcrjpmwnuq6lam2zy
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