Those interested in World War I and its aftermath will find Juliet Nicolson’s study of the years right after the war to be enlightening, engaging and all too often disheartening. Great Britain suffered from a lack of collective confidence, as well as having the resources to rebound and move past the horrors of the war years. Written in concise, but vivid prose, Nicolson paints a time of haunting history.
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Published: Grove Press - June 14th, 2011