Synopses & Reviews
Why did World War I end with a whimper-an arrangement between two weary opponents to suspend hostilities? Why did the Allies reject the option of advancing into Germany and taking Berlin? Most histories of the Great War focus on the avoidability of its beginning. This book focuses on Germany's inconclusive defeat and its ominous ramifications.
About the Author
David Stevenson is Professor of International History at London School of Economics.
London School of Economics