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Michael J.K. Walsh is Associate Professor in Art History, at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He has primarily published on English painting in the first two decades of the 20th century and the art and conservation of Famagusta, Cyprus. Andrekos Varnava is Associate Professor in Imperial and Military History, Flinders University, Australia. He is author of British Imperialism in Cyprus, 1878-1915: The Inconsequential Possession (2009; paperback 2012).
List of Figures Notes on Contributors Foreword: Richard Cork: `Hyde Park Corner: Imperial Triumph and Tragedy' Part I: The Great War and the British Empire Chapter 1: `The Great War and the British Empire: Conflict, Culture, and Memory', Michael Walsh and Andrekos Varnava Chapter 2 `The First World War and the Cultural, Political, and Environmental Transformation of the British Empire', John MacKenzie Part II: Imperial Responses, Identities and Culture Chapter 3: `The `Kaiser Cartoon', 1914-1918: A Transnational Comic Art Genre', Richard Scully Chapter 4: `Musical Entertainment and the British Empire, 1914-1918', E. L Hanna Chapter 5: `"We New Zealanders pride ourselves most of all upon loyalty to our Empire, our Country, our Flag": Internalised Britishness and National Character in New Zealand's First World War Propaganda' Greg Hynes Chapter 6: `Heligoland: Between the Lion and the Eagle' Jan Asmussen Chapter 7: `Imperial Austerlitz: The Singapore Strategy and the Culture of Victory, 1917-1924', William Matthew Kennedy Part III: Art, Memory and Forgetting Chapter 8: `Our Warrior Brown Brethran: Identity and Difference in Images of Non-White Soldiers serving with the British Army in British Art of the First World War.' Jonathan Black Chapter 9: `The Imagining of Mesopotamia/Iraq in British Art in the Aftermath of the Great War', Tim Buck Chapter 10: `Spaces of Conflict and Ambivalent Attachments: Irish Artists Visualize the Great War', Nuala Johnson Chapter 11: `Empire and Nation in Canadian and Australian First World War Exhibitions, 1917-1922', Jennifer Wellington Chapter 12: `A Tribute to the British Empire: Lowell Thomas's With Allenby in Palestine and Lawrence in Arabia', Justin Fantauzzo Chapter 13: `An Architecture of Imperial Ambivalence: The Patcham Chattri', Tim Barringer Chapter 14: `The Great War's Impact on Imperial Delhi: Commemorating Wartime Sacrifice in the Colonial Built Environment', David Johnson Chapter 15: `Sounds from the Trenches: Australian Composers and the Great War', Andrew Harrison Chapter 16: `Brutalised' veterans and tragic anti-heroes: Masculinity, Crime and Post-War Trauma in Boardwalk Empire and Peaky Blinders', Evan Smith Chapter 17: `The Politics of Forgetting the Cypriot Mule Corps', Andrekos Varnava