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Le Corps Dans La Première Guerre Mondiale
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1. Marc Bloch puisa en effet dans son expérience de guerre de nombreux éléments qui allaient orienter son travail ultérieur de médiéviste : « Réflexions d'un historien sur les fausses nouvelles de guerre », dans Bloch, Marc, Mélanges historiques, t. 1, Paris, Serge Fleury , Ehess, 1983, pp. 4157 Google Scholar.

2. Voir sur ce point notre article : « Vers une histoire culturelle de la première guerre mondiale »,Vingtième Siècl.,n° 41, janvier-mars 1994, pp. 5-7, et l'ensemble du même numéro qui porte en titre: « La guerre de 1914-1918. Essais d'histoire culturelle». On consultera également le numéro 171 deGuerres mondiales et conflits contemporains.« Représenter la guerre de 1914-1918 ». Voir de même les actes du colloque de Péronne de 1992 : Guerre et cultures (1914-1918), Becker, J.-J., Winter, J., Krumeich, G., Becker, A., Audoinrouzeau, S. (dir.), Paris, Éditions Armand Colin, 1994, 445 Google Scholar.p.

3. Antoine Prost a été l'historien pionnier en ce domaine, dans sa thèse sur les anciens combattants, Antoine Prost,Les anciens combattants et la société française, 1914-1939. Paris, PFNSP, 1977. Annette Becker a, plus récemment, profondément renouvelé le sujet. Voir notamment: Becker, Annette, Les monuments aux morts, mémoire de la Grande Guerre, Paris, Errance, 1988 Google Scholar.

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