Violence and the German Soldier in the Great War

During the Great War, mass killing took place on an unprecedented scale. Violence and the German Soldier in the Great War explores the practice of violence in the German army and demonstrates how he killing of enemy troops, the deaths of German soldiers and their survival were entwined. Benjamin Ziemann is a German historian who teaches at the University of Sheffield. Since 2011, he has been Professor of Modern German History at the Department of History, University of Sheffield.

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