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Here is a richly complex year-by-year view of World War One that uncovers its underlying causes, from the first shots in the Balkans through its relentless, deadly expansion across Europe and beyond. Start in the east as Germany strikes forth, and then read of the horrific actions that eliminated Serbia, brought fighting to the Pacific and Africa, led to the tragedy at Gallipoli, and moved into Palestine. Look westward to the clash of armies at Verdun, Brusilov, and the Somme, and at the U-boat campaign. And, at the culmination, consider the price of peace--and how Germany's punishment helped sow the seeds of World War II.

Synopsis:

Here is a richly complex year-by-year view of World War One that uncovers its underlying causes. Start with the first shots in the Balkans, and read of the horrific actions that eliminated Serbia; brought fighting to the Pacific and Africa; led to the tragedy at Gallipoli; and moved into Palestine. Look westward to armies clashing at Verdun, Brusilov, and the Somme, and at the U-boat campaign. Consider the price of peace--and how Germany's punishment sowed the seeds of the next world war.

Synopsis:

A history of World War I, written by two experts in the field. It is part of a 24-volume series following the history of warfare from the earliest times to the end of the 20th century. The volume is illustrated throughout and incorporates computer-generated cartography.

About the Author

Dr. Robin Prior is with the history department of the Australian Defence Force in Canberra. Trevor Wilson, a professor of history at Adelaide University in Australia, has written one of the most important studies of World War One, Myriad Faces of War.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780304359844
Author:
Prior, Robin
Author:
Wilson, Trevor
Publisher:
Cassell
Location:
London
Subject:
Military - World War I
Subject:
World War, 1914-1918
Subject:
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Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
History Of Warfare
Series Volume:
2001-02D
Publication Date:
20020501
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
50 color illus., 100 b/w illus.
Pages:
224
Dimensions:
7.75 x 5 in

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"Synopsis" by , Here is a richly complex year-by-year view of World War One that uncovers its underlying causes. Start with the first shots in the Balkans, and read of the horrific actions that eliminated Serbia; brought fighting to the Pacific and Africa; led to the tragedy at Gallipoli; and moved into Palestine. Look westward to armies clashing at Verdun, Brusilov, and the Somme, and at the U-boat campaign. Consider the price of peace--and how Germany's punishment sowed the seeds of the next world war.
"Synopsis" by , A history of World War I, written by two experts in the field. It is part of a 24-volume series following the history of warfare from the earliest times to the end of the 20th century. The volume is illustrated throughout and incorporates computer-generated cartography.
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