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No man's land : 1918, the last year of the Great War

Author: John Toland
Publisher: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"From freezing infantrymen huddled in bloodied trenches on the front lines to intricate political maneuvering and tense strategy sessions in European capitals, noted historian John Toland tells of the unforgettable final year of the First World War. As 1918 opened, the Allies and Central Powers remained locked in a desperate, bloody stalemate, despite the deaths of millions of soldiers over the previous three and a
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John Toland
ISBN: 0803294514 9780803294516
OCLC Number: 49495091
Notes: Originally published: Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1980.
Description: xxii, 651 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Operation Michael. 1. Thunder in the West. 2. The Great Attack: March 21-24. 3. "God Grant That It May Not Be Too Late" General Foch, March 26 --
pt. 2. Crisis. 4. Red Dawn in the East: January 4-March 16. 5. "With Our Backs to the Wall ..." Haig: April 6-22. 6. "St. George for England!": April 22-May 15. 7. Intervention I: March 18-May 26. 8. "The Yanks Are Coming!": May 20-June 13 --
pt. 3. The Road Back. 9. Intervention II: June-July 17. 10. The Turning Point: July. 11. Black Day: August 1-27 --
pt. 4. The Hinge of Fate. 12. The Red Terror: July 16-September. 13. "And We Won't Be Back Till It's Over Over There": August 27-October 5 --
pt. 5. War and Peace.
Responsibility: John Toland.
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