Some Costs of the Great War: Nationalizing Private Life
By T. Hunt Tooley
This article appeared in the Fall 2009 issue of The Independent Review


The casualties of World War I did not end with the signing of the Treaty of Versailles. Part of the toll was the war’s acceleration of the nationalization of private life, a trend that continues to the present day.

Other Independent Review articles by T. Hunt Tooley
    Spring 2008   Bloody Germany: Berghahn’s View of Twentieth-Century State Violence
    Winter 2007   “All the People Are Now Guerillas”: The Warfare of Sherman, Sheridan, and Lincoln, and the Brutality of the Twentieth Century
    Fall 2004   A Low Dishonest Decade: The Great Powers, Eastern Europe, and the Economic Origins of World War II, 1930–1941

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