Mobilization and Demobilization in Germany, 1916-1919

TitleMobilization and Demobilization in Germany, 1916-1919
Publication TypeBook Chapter
Year of Publication2002
AuthorsBessel, Richard
EditorHorne, John
Book TitleState, Society, and Mobilization in Europe During the First World War
PublisherCambridge University Press
CityCambridge, UK
Abstract

This is a volume of comparative essays on the First World War that focuses on one central feature: the political and cultural "mobilization" of the populations of the main belligerent countries in Europe behind the war. It explores how and why they supported the war for so long (as soldiers and civilians), why that support weakened in the face of the devastation of trench warfare, and why states with a stronger degree of political support and national integration (such as Britain and France) were ultimately successful. This chapter deals with this "mobilization" in Germany. (Publisher)

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