War: How Conflict Shaped Us

Margaret MacMillan discusses the tangled history of war and society and our complicated feelings towards it and towards those who fight. MacMillan explores the ways in which changes in society have affected the nature of war and how in turn wars have changed the societies that fight them, including the ways in which women have been both participants in and the objects of war.

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