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Breakthrough : the Gorlice-Tarnów campaign, 1915

Author: R L DiNardo
Publisher: Santa Barbara, Calif. : Praeger, ©2010.
Series: War, technology, and history.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
"The first English-language study of the first of the great breakthrough battles of the war -- one of the Great War's critical campaigns. The book covers the initial attack of the German Eleventh Army and the Austro-Hungarian Third and Fourth Armies in Galicia as they outflanked the Russian position in the Carpathian Mountains that threatened Hungary"--Jacket.

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Genre/Form: Nonfiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: R L DiNardo
ISBN: 9780275991104 0275991105 9780313081835 0313081832
OCLC Number: 502304526
Awards: Winner of Norman B. Tomlinson, Jr. Book Prize, Honorary Mention 2011 (United States)
Description: xvi, 215 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: The strategic setting --
Strategic decisions and coalition warfare --
Forces, plans, and preparations --
Punching the hole : May 2-5, 1915 --
The capture of Przemysl : May 6 [to] June 6, 1915 --
Liberating Lemberg : June 6-24, 1915 --
Decisions and preparations : June 25 [to] July 13, 1915 --
The conquest of Poland : July 13 [to] August 31, 1915 --
Series Title: War, technology, and history.
Responsibility: Richard L. DiNardo.


An expert on German military history offers the first extensive, English-language study of one of the critical campaigns of World War I.The Eastern Front in World War I has been neglected for too  Read more...


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