Internment during the First World War: a mass global phenomenon

MANZ, Stefan, PANAYI, Panikos and STIBBE, Matthew, eds. (2018). Internment during the First World War: a mass global phenomenon. Routledge Studies in First World War History . London and New York, Routledge.

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Abstract

Although civilian internment has become associated with the Second World War in popular memory, it has a longer history. The turning point in this history occurred during the First World War when, in the interests of ‘security’ in a situation of total war, the internment of ‘enemy aliens’ became part of state policy for the belligerent states, resulting in the incarceration, displacement and, even murder, of hundreds of thousands of people throughout the world. This pioneering book on internment during the First World War brings together experts from throughout the world to investigate the importance of the conflict for the history of civilian incarceration.

Item Type: Edited Book
Research Institute, Centre or Group: Humanities Research Centre
Departments: Development and Society > Humanities
Depositing User: Matthew Stibbe
Date Deposited: 16 Feb 2018 12:20
Last Modified: 16 Feb 2018 12:21
URI: http://shura.shu.ac.uk/id/eprint/18674

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