Give a Gift
Britain’s involvement in the Middle East between the wars proved a rich seam for authors of adventure stories. Michael Paris shows how these, in turn, helped to reinforce the imperial mission.
Between 1914 and 1918 adventure fiction for boys and young men was dominated by heroic tales of the Western Front, the war in the air or at sea.
Subscribe now Already a member? Log in now
Subscribe today and get the world's best history magazine delivered to your door
Sign up for our free weekly email