The Great War and the British People

@article{Harloe1986TheGW,
  title={The Great War and the British People},
  author={Michael Harloe and Jay M. Winter},
  journal={Contemporary Sociology},
  year={1986},
  volume={17},
  pages={23}
}
Introduction Strategic Demography: Population, Poverty and Military in Pre-1914 Britain PART ONE: THE DEMOGRAPHIC COSTS OF THE GREAT WAR Manpower and Military Service The Lost Generation PART TWO: THE PARADOX OF THE GREAT WAR Civilian Health in Wartime Britain Medical Care in Wartime Health Administration in Wartime Standards of Living and Standards of Health PART THREE: THE LEGACY OF THE GREAT WAR The Demographic Aftermath of the First World War Demographic History, Cultural History and… 
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