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The Marne / Georges Blond; translated by H. Eaton Hart.

Author: Georgs 1906- Blond
Publisher: London: Prion books, c2002, c1962.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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The story of the Battle of the Marne, August 29 to September 10, 1914, when Allied forces decisively turned back the german advance before Paris. Based on personal accounts.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Georgs 1906- Blond
ISBN: 185375479X 9781853754791
OCLC Number: 559095779
Notes: Originally published in 1962 by Presses de la Cite. first published in English by Stackpole/Giniger boods in 1966.
Description: 256 p. ;: Illus., maprs, ports : 22 cm.

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The story of the Marne battle - where in 1914 the Kaiser's army was forced to retreat from Paris which ushered in the immobility of trench warfare. Georges Blond tells of the fatigue of the armies,  Read more...

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The Marne was one of the most crucial battles in the history of warfare, and Georges Blond recounts the story as if it were happening before our eyes.

 
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