5 edition of The strategy of victory, 1914-1918 found in the catalog.
The strategy of victory, 1914-1918
|LC Classifications||DA69.3.R6 B6 1964|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||[xxi] 417 p.|
|Number of Pages||417|
|LC Control Number||64014089|
Book Description. This book explores the British Army's response on the Western Front to a period of seminal change in warfare. In particular it examines the impact of the pre-war emphasis on worldwide garrison, occupation and policing duties for the Empire's defence of the mindset of the Army's leadership and its lack of preparation for a continental war involving a massive, unplanned. A short trailer for the soon to be released new grand strategy game Strategic Command World War One The Great War, from award-winning developer Fury Software, focussing on .
Strategy for Victory: The Development of British Tactical Air Power, examines the nature of the inter-Service crisis between the British Army and the RAF over the provision of effective air support for the army in the Second World War. Material for this book is drawn primarily from the rich collection of documents at the National Archives (UK) and other British : Saul David's DAYS TO VICTORY is a totally original, utterly engaging account of the Great War - the first book to tell the story of the 'war to end all wars' through the events of one hundred key days between and DAYS TO VICTORY is a degree portrait of a global Brand: Hodder & Stoughton, Ltd.
The Cambridge Military Histories book series by multiple authors includes books Harb-i Umumi Eşiğinde Osmanlı, Victory through Coalition: Britain and France during the First World War, Enduring the Great War: Combat, Morale and Collapse in the German and British Armies, , and several more. Classics & overviews: Carl von Clausewitz, On War, Michael Howard and Peter Paret eds. and trans. Thucydides, The Peloponnesian War. Geoffrey Blainey, The Causes of War, 3d edition Peter Paret, ed., The Makers of Modern Strategy Michael Howard, War in European History _____, The Causes of Wars Paul M. Kennedy, The Rise and Fall of British Naval Mastery.
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The Strategy of Victory, The Life and Times of the Master Strategist Hardcover – January 1, by Victor Bonham-Carter (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from 4/5(1). The strategy of victory, ;: The life and times of the master strategist of World War I: Field-Marshal Sir William Robertson [Victor Bonham-Carter] on 4/5(1).
The Most Critical Campaign of the Great War. Ring, author of books about Erskine Childers, Britain’s submarine service, and other subjects, makes the case that while histories of the Great War tend to concentrate on 1914-1918 book bloodlettings on land at the Marne, Ypres, Verdun, the Somme, et al., the war ultimately was decided at sea.
Ring argues that the two most important campaigns of the war were. Get this from a library. The strategy of victory, the life and times of the master strategist of World War I: Field-Marshal Sir William Robertson.
[Victor Bonham-Carter] -- "The only British soldier ever to rise from the rank of private to field-marshal, 'Wully' Robertson, as Chief of the British Imperial General Staff, hammered out the plans that led to Allied victory.
Days to Victory: How the Great War Was Fought and Wonby Saul David. London: Hodden & Straughton / Chicago: Independent Publishers Group, Pp. vi, Illus., maps, notes, biblio.
index. $, paper. ISBN: Dates that Tell the Story of the Great War. Strategy for Victory: The Development of British Tactical Air Power, examines the nature of the inter-Service crisis between the British Army and the RAF over the provision of effective air support for the army in the Second World War.
Material for this book is drawn primarily from the rich collection of documents at the National Archives (UK) and other British archives. Strategy for Victory: The Development of British Tactical Air Power, examines the nature of the inter-Service crisis between the British Army and the RAF over the provision of effective air support for the army in the Second World War.
Material for this book is drawn primarily from the rich collection of documents at the National Archives (UK) and other British archives.
Most most struck me about this book was the way that it didn't stop telling the story of the Great War in but continued on with the way that the First World War has influenced military strategy, diplomacy and great power alliances long long after the Armistice of 11th November /5.
The course of events of the Great War has been told many times, spurred by an endless desire to understand 'the war to end all wars'. However, this book moves beyond military narrative to offer a much fuller analysis of of the conflict's strategic, political, economic, social and cultural ng with the context and origins of the war, including assasination, misunderstanding and 5/5(1).
Read this book on Questia. "Strategy for Victory: The Development of British Tactical Air Power, " examines the nature of the inter-Service crisis between the British Army and the RAF over the provision of effective air support for the army in the Second World War. For British grand strategy, check out Kitchener's War: British Strategy from by George H.
Cassar for a start. I would also highly recommend David French's superb book on the strategy of the Lloyd-George coalition and William Philpott's analysis of the battle on the Somme, Bloody Victory, which is essentially an admirably well-argued.
How the Navy Won the War seeks to discern whether the Royal Navy did more to win the First World War than the British Army. Its author, Jim Ring, argues that the army has received too much credit for victory in To redress this perceived imbalance, he contends that the navy’s contribution was as great as the army’s, and that it could, perhaps, have achieved the same outcome more Author: Louis Halewood.
The Real War book. Read 15 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Captain B. Liddell Hart is the foremost authority on Worl 4/5.
The First World War was the first large-scale industrialized military conflict in the world's history, and it gave birth to the concept of total war. The essays in this volume analyse the experience of the war in light of this concept's implications, in particular the systematic erosion of distinctions between the military and civilian spheres.5/5(1).
Read Book Review: The Real War by B.H. Liddell Hart. strategy of Indirect Approach, namely, avoiding the bulk of the enemy's forces and taking his flank or rear (see his book Strategy). Offensives such as Loos, the Somme, or Third Ypres, where the bulk of the British army threw itself on the defences of the bulk of the German army /5(12).
Serbian Army ~ Weapons of Victory ~ ~ Volume I Hot off the presses from John Sheehan, longtime Field Editor at GUNS Magazine and his close friend and co-author Branislav V. Stankovic, a long-time WWI expert working within the Serbian Museum system, is a new comprehensive work on the small arms, bayonets and ammunition used by the Serbian Army during the course of.
Great War, Total War Combat and Mobilization on the Western Front, – Get access. The Blockade of Germany and the Strategy of Starvation, pp By Avner Offer; Get access. Book summary views reflect the number of visits to the book and chapter landing pages. / Rolf-Dieter Müller --Planning total war / Holger Afflerbach --Most extensive experiment that the imagination can conceive / Wolfgang U.
Eckart --War between soldiers and enemy civilians, / John Horne and Alan Kramer --Blockade of Germany and the strategy of starvation, / Avner Offer --Total rhetoric, limited war / Holger. A catalog record for this book is available from the British Library.
Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication data Great War, total war: combat and mobilization on the Western Front, – / edited by Roger Chickering and Stig Förster. – (Publications of. Read this book on Questia. A History of the Great War, by C. Cruttwell, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of A History of the Great War.
The Strategy of Indirect Approach (), The Real War ( () and The Revolution in Warfare () might address what you're looking for. 5 Posted Tue pm.World War I (often abbreviated as WWI or WW1), also known as the First World War or the Great War, was a global war that lasted from to Contemporaneously described as "the war to end all wars", it led to the mobilisation of more than 70 million military personnel, including 60 million Europeans, making it one of the largest wars in history.
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