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The war in outline, 1914-1918.

Author: Basil Henry Liddell Hart, Sir
Publisher: New York, Random House [©1936]
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Liddell Hart, Basil Henry, Sir, 1895-1970.
War in outline, 1914-1918.
New York, Random House [©1936]
(OCoLC)558783752
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Basil Henry Liddell Hart, Sir
OCLC Number: 300188
Notes: At head of title: Liddell Hart.
Description: 285 pages maps (some folded) 21 cm
Contents: TABLE OF CONTENTS --
The spark --
The powder --
The invasion of France --
The retreat from the frontiers --
The Battle of the Marne --
The advance to the Aisne --
The struggle at Ypres --
The Russian front --
The war at sea --
Prelude to 1915 --
The Western front --
The Mediterranean front --
The Eastern front --
Serbia overrun --
The Autumn offensive in the West --
Italy enters the war --
Mespot --
The Western front in 1916 --
Verdun and the Somme --
The Somme offensive --
The Russian and Balkan fronts in 1916 --
The conquest of Roumania --
The Middle East --
The war on the seas --
Changes at the Helm --
The Allies' military plan for 1917 --
The Spring Offensive in the West --
America's entry --
The Submarine campaign --
The Passchendaele offensive --
The breakdown in Italy --
Russia's break-away --
The half break-through at Cambrai --
The capture of Jerusalem --
The dawn of 1918 --
The March break-through --
The April break-through --
The May break-through --
Midsummer nightmare --
The Second Battle of Marne --
The Black Day --
The ebbing tide --
Foch's grand offensive --
The fatal stroke --
The collapse of Turkey --
The collapse of Austria --
The collapse of Germany.

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