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An English Governess in the Great War : The Secret Brussels Diary of Mary Thorp.

By: De Schaepdrijver, Sophie.
Contributor(s): Proctor, Tammy M.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, Incorporated, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (289 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780190276713.Subject(s): World War, 1914-1918--Personal narratives, BritishGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: An English Governess in the Great War : The Secret Brussels Diary of Mary ThorpDDC classification: 940.349332092 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- An English Governess in the Great War -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction: "Still I Feel I Did My Duty" -- Life in an Occupied City: Brussels -- Framing the Diary: A Note from the Editors -- Mary Thorp's Diary -- Book 1: The "Eleventh Hour," September 1916-​February 1917 -- Book 2: "Qui Vivra Verra," March-​September 1917 -- Book 3: "We Still Hear the Same Eternal Cannon," September 1917-​March 1918 -- Book 4: "Holy Mary Pray for Us!" March-​October 1918 -- Book 5: "The Book of Peace!!!" October 1918-​January 1919 -- Epilogue: "Quite Nice to Be Remembered" -- Acknowledgments -- Selected Bibliography -- Index.
Summary: Mary Thorp, an English governess working for a Belgian-Russian family in German-occupied Brussels, kept a secret war diary from September 1916 to January 1919. This long-forgotten diary sheds light on an important aspect of the First World War: civilian life under military occupation in a transnational conflict.
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Cover -- An English Governess in the Great War -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction: "Still I Feel I Did My Duty" -- Life in an Occupied City: Brussels -- Framing the Diary: A Note from the Editors -- Mary Thorp's Diary -- Book 1: The "Eleventh Hour," September 1916-​February 1917 -- Book 2: "Qui Vivra Verra," March-​September 1917 -- Book 3: "We Still Hear the Same Eternal Cannon," September 1917-​March 1918 -- Book 4: "Holy Mary Pray for Us!" March-​October 1918 -- Book 5: "The Book of Peace!!!" October 1918-​January 1919 -- Epilogue: "Quite Nice to Be Remembered" -- Acknowledgments -- Selected Bibliography -- Index.

Mary Thorp, an English governess working for a Belgian-Russian family in German-occupied Brussels, kept a secret war diary from September 1916 to January 1919. This long-forgotten diary sheds light on an important aspect of the First World War: civilian life under military occupation in a transnational conflict.

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