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Christopher Blake

In an academic career spanning three decades and two continents, Christopher Blake has served as both faculty and administrator in secondary and post-secondary institutions. An Oxford graduate, he holds a PhD from the University of London in Education and Religious Studies. Blake currently serves as president of Middle Georgia State University and is an advisory board member for the Georgia World War I Centennial Commission.

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And Half the Seed of Europe: A Genealogy of the Great War, 1914–1918
By author: Christopher Blake
Product Code: H945
ISBN: 9780881466355
Product Format: Hardback
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Price:  $25.00
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The First World War, or Great War as it became known, was ravaging the human family one century ago, changing forever the nature of military combat and restructuring the twentieth century in a way that was unimaginable before its course. With more than 35 million casualties, the Great War ranks among the deadliest conflicts in all history. While the Great War was hoped to be the War to End All Wars, it instead launched a series of geo-political struggles that defined the future century, and in the shadow of which we still live today. By the end of the War all the major combatants--including the United States--were engulfed in its flames and hostage to its fortunes. But the war was also very personal, shaping the lives of those who went to war, their loved ones, their families, and their future. That story of family is rarely examined in terms of the impact of the Great War.