Further Reading for After the War is Over

What follows is a selective list of books that inspired and informed me as I was writing After the War is Over, as well as some websites that are both interesting and reliable.

The British Seaside Holiday by Kathryn Ferris
Classes and Cultures: England 1918-1951 by Ross McKibbin
The Classic Slum: Salford Life in the First Quarter of the Century by Robert Roberts
Death’s Men: Soldiers of the Great War by Denis Winter
Democracy and Sectarianism: A Political and Social History of Liverpool 1868-1939 by P.J. Waller
Eleanor Rathbone and the Politics of Conscience by Susan Pedersen
Goodbye to All That by Robert Graves
The Great Silence: Britain from the Shadow of the First World War to the Dawn of the Jazz Age by Juliet Nicolson
The Ideologies of Class: Social Relations in Britain, 1880-1950 by Ross McKibbin
Memoirs of an English Infantry Officer by Siegfried Sassoon
Music for the People: Popular Music and Dance in Interwar Britain by James Nott
Paris 1919: Six Months that Changed the World by Margaret Macmillan
Rites of Spring: The Great War and the Birth of the Modern Age by Modris Eksteins
Sites of Memory, Sites of Mourning: The Great War in European Cultural History by Jay Winter
Testament of Youth by Vera Brittain
Tuppence to Cross the Mersey by Helen Forrester
A War of Nerves: Soldiers and Psychiatrists in the Twentieth Century by Ben Shephard
We Danced All Night: A Social History of Britain Between the Wars by Martin Pugh
The Women at Oxford: A Fragment of History by Vera Brittain

The Long, Long Trail
The Great War Archive
The Great War
The Imperial War Museum
This Intrepid Band
Scarletfinders: British Military Nurses
The Western Front Association