In an article for the times magazine published earlier this year the novelist sebastian faulks characterized relations between soldiers of the first world war whose monolithic perspective he takes on in the article and british civilians thus when you return home on leave wounded or with luck demobilised in 1918 you will find that . Civvies explores the experiences of middle class men on the english home front during the first world war although the conflict continues to attract enormous interest most attention remains focused on the experiences of servicemen rather than the majority of adult men who were not enlisted into the armed forces we still know very little . In particular civvies questions whether if serviceman were the apex of manliness were middle class civilian men inevitably condemned to second class unmanly statusexplores the experiences of middle class men on the english home front during the first world war. Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more. Start by marking civvies middle class men on the english home front 1914 18 as want to read
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