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'Boredom is the enemy' : the intellectual and imaginative lives of Australian soldiers in the Great War and beyond / Amanda Laugesen
Bib ID 5849182
Format BookBook
Author
Laugesen, Amanda
 
Description Farnham, England : Ashgate, ©2012 
x, 310 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 9781409427322
1409427323
9781409427339
1409427331
Full contents
  • 1. Books and reading at war
  • 2. Soldiers as readers
  • 3. Soldiers as entertainers and audiences
  • 4. Prisoners of war and demobilization
  • 5. Mobilizing education and entertainment
  • 6. Cultural worlds
  • 7. The imaginative and intellectual lives of POWs
  • 8. Education and entertainment.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [273]-298) and index.

Subjects Australia. - Army. - Education Service.  |  Soldiers - Books and reading - Australia.  |  Books and reading - Australia - History - 20th century.  |  Boredom - History.  |  Sociology, Military - Australia.  |  Australia - Armed Forces - Military life - History.  |  Australia - Armed Forces - Recreation - History.  |  Australian

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