Overall, then, the senses, emotions, space and memory combine to constitute the world of the mutineer. Through their subjectivity of thought and deed, the mutineer could in turn attempt to transform that world. This conclusion proposes that the actions, feelings, sights, sounds, places that jumbled together in mutineer memory enrich our understanding of 1919, taking us beneath the diplomacy and peace-making of high politics, helping us to comprehend the century's most unruly year, giving us a glimpse of the torrid complexity of its global underside.
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