I have been reading a "feel good" book called "A secret gift" by Ted Gup. It chronicles an anonymous gift of money his grandfather gave to 150 people in 1933. As I am reading the book he talks about how his grandfather was a Jewish refuge from Romania. I was unaware of the pre-WWI law enacted to keep Jews from many vocations, secondary schools and universities. I have been reading a little about WWI era issues. I know that WWI was much farther reaching than we Americans typically realize it is. I will be teaching WWI in about 2 years to my eldest child, so I want to study the surrounding era more throughly before I take on the subject.
Does anyone have any book suggestions? Any books about WWI as a whole would be nice. I have a few I can borrow from my brother (a big WWI fan) and I own "A World Undone."
("fan" isn't a good term, I guess you could say the he inhales any information on WWI aviation in particular. He is a fan of the pilots and such)