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Brothers in the Great War

Cultural History of Modern War

Series editors Ana Carden-Coyne, Peter Gatrell, Max Jones, Penny Summerfield and Bertrand Taithe

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Brothers in the Great War

Siblings, masculinity and emotions

Linda Maynard

Manchester University Press

Published by Manchester University Press

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ISBN 978 1 5261 4614 4 hardback

First published 2020

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Brothers in the Great War

Siblings, masculinity and emotions


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