2 edition of Theatre of war found in the catalog.
Theatre of war
|Statement||edited with an introduction by Robert Baldick.|
|Contributions||Schehadé, Georges., Vian, Boris, 1920-1959., Montherlant, Henry de, 1896-1972.|
|LC Classifications||PQ1223 .B3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||270|
|LC Control Number||68103300|
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If you want a more detailed set of reads I would look at Willmott's Empires in the Balance, The Barrier and the Javelin, The War with Japan, and his Battle of Leyte Gulf.
The Theatre of War surveys more than two hundred plays about the First World War written, published and/or performed in Britain and Ireland between and Perspectives discussed include: subject matter, technique and evaluation. The result is an understanding of the First World War as a watershed in international history.
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