'Boredom is the Enemy': The Intellectual and Imaginative Lives of Australian Soldiers in the Great War and Beyond

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Ashgate Pub., 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 310 pages
Exploring the concept of military boredom, this book investigates how soldiers spent their time when not engaged in battle, work or training through a study of their creative, imaginative and intellectual lives. Drawing on the experience of Australian troops participating in three key twentieth-century conflicts, it examines the efforts of military authorities to provide solutions to military boredom, and the ways in which soldiers responded to such efforts.

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