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World War One

an illustrated history in colour, 1914-1918

by Robert J. Hoare

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Published by Macdonald and Co. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Juvenile literature

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] Robert Hoare; edited by R. J. Unstead; special adviser J. M. Roberts.
    SeriesHistory of the modern world
    ContributionsUnstead, R. J., ed.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsD522.7 .H58
    The Physical Object
    Pagination64 p.
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5308796M
    ISBN 100356040917
    LC Control Number72092427

    A well balanced account of a long and active career that actually produced a surprisingly small number of militarily significant products. Updike, The Merrymount Press. Catherine W. Except for the conquest of most of Germany's overseas colonies by the British and Japanese, the year opened with a dark outlook for the Allies. Instead, Shipton looks at women on the front lines from across the countries and the fronts, from the already well known like Flora Sandes to the deserving to be well known.

    Particularly unsettling was the policy of Germany. Starvation and epidemics raised the total in the immediate postwar years. Holborn and H. The book is rich in humour, often provided by Susan, the family's grim housekeeper. These are all fascinating, and provide a very different view of the war to the normal soldier's memoirs.

    Furthermore, the treaty imposed steep war reparations payments on Germany, meant to force the country to bear the financial burden of the war. This is unfortunate because in many ways, their perspective is as important as the perspective of those who fought on the side of greater good. Explore the roles of Marie Curie, Mabel St. MH To find other Doughboy Features visit our. I like this book because it is a well-researched simple story about one young man's experience of WW1.


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World War One by Robert J. Hoare Download PDF Ebook

The United Kingdom takes a slow-but-steady approach, taking until five years after the official end of the war to finish clearing its territory. The book is rich in humour, often provided by Susan, the family's grim housekeeper.

It examines the fight African American soldiers faced not only in Europe World War One book the war, but the fight they faced back home. The zombies of this setting are slow-moving, with no intelligence or senses, but with almost superhuman strength and a primal drive to consume living flesh for reasons unknown, they possess the ability to tell the difference between the living and the dead.

This book is truly one of a kind. Eventually, the governments of both Germany and Austria-Hungary began to lose control as both countries experienced multiple mutinies from within their military structures.

In protest the United States broke off relations with Germany Feb. Not every soldier World War One book fought with the enemy, in this case the German Army, was the embodiment of pure evil.

As a result of World War One book agreements, Austria-Hungary was broken up into several smaller countries. World War One book fighting between exhausted, demoralized troops continued to plod along until the Germans lost a number of individual battles and very gradually began to fall back.

This paradox became important in subsequent German history, when nationalists and militarists sought to blame the defeat on traitors on the home front rather than on the utter exhaustion of the German war machine and war economy.

Following a religious revolution, Russia is now an expansionist theocracy and adopts a repopulation programme, keeping the nation's few remaining fertile women as state broodmares. Four photo albums showing aspects of live in the RFC, including training at Tangmere and in Canada and early seaplanes on the River Crouch.

In the tradition of All Quiet on the Western Front, Mackin offers a soldier's eye view of not just the horrors of battle, but also the subtle little everyday experiences that make the life of the combat soldier both tolerable World War One book soul-shattering.

Bibliography There is a tremendous amount of general and specialized literature on World War I. Looks at the original purpose World War One book their construction, the actual shape they took on the ground, and how they performed under attack.

Covers a wide range of topics, from the classic cavalry charge to the humble transport mule, and a wide variety of artistic styles from classic oils and watercolours to modernist works [ read full review ] German ArtilleryWolfgang Fleischer.

After the US government relocates to Hawaii and its Safe Zones are well established, all aspects of civilian life are devoted to supporting the war effort; people with skills such as carpentry and construction find themselves more valuable than people with managerial skills.

It is a palpable account of the war that deserves to be considered—and has been for some time—one of the greatest war books ever written. Backed by a resurgent US wartime economy, the military begins the three-year-long process of retaking the contiguous United States from both the undead swarms and groups of hostile human survivors.

This was an initial disappointment, but eventually the men would see some serious combat. Though soldiers died by the millions in brutal conditions, neither side had any substantive success or gained any advantage.

From the Marne to Verdun The German strategy, planned by Alfred von Schlieffen, called for an attack on the weak left flank of the French army by a massive German force approaching through Belgium, while maintaining a defensive stance toward Russia, whose army, Schlieffen assumed, would require six weeks to mobilize.

Prominent causes were the imperialistic, territorial, and economic rivalries that had been intensifying from the late 19th cent. A year by year look at the experience of German and Austro-Hungarian troops fighting on the Eastern Front, a more fluid environment than the Western Front and a campaign that ended with a German victory and the exhaustion of the Austro-Hungarians.

Deborah Thom's revisionist text tackles the myths and facts about women and the conflict, partly by examining life before and concluding that women already had a noticeable industrial role 07 of 11 Women's Writing on the First World War Ed.

Although the British had some successes in Mesopotamia, the Gallipoli campaign and the attacks on the Dardanelles resulted in British defeats. So when he enlists as a stretcher-bearer in World War I, his gentle way with donkeys soon leads him to his calling.

An examination of the way in which artillery was used during the First World War, tracing the development of artillery tactics, starting with the early clashes ofin which different pre-war doctrines were tested in combat, before following the way that artillery tactics evolved during the conflict to produce the highly effective British artillery of Colquhoun's skilful comic-style line artwork tell the story in pictures and gives a real feel of life and death in the trenches and doesn't duck the tragedy or the stupidity.

The letters home were designed not to worry the family so are quite mundane and avoid mentioning casualties.Jul 18,  · You might imagine that you couldn’t focus an entire book around the events leading up to the First World War, let alone make it an utterly riveting read—but that’s exactly what Pulitzer Prize–winning author Tuchman has done with this mesmerizing book.

A World Undone: The Story of the Great War, toby G. J. MeyerAuthor: Molly Schoemann-Mccann. A Farewell to Arms is a good book reference to know the that aircraft log book was practiced in World War 1.

Asked in US Civil War, Care of Horses, WW1 Trench Warfare. Mar 06,  · Trench War: forever linked to World War One. When the German advance failed inno-one was sure what to do. So they dug in and trench warfare lasted for the next 3 years.

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Pdf the German advance pdf inno-one was sure what to do. So they dug in and trench warfare lasted for the next 3 years.

Trench Foot: if soldiers could not keep their feet dry, they could get this. It could lead to the more serious gangrene.Dec 10,  · magicechomusic.com New Releases: The best-selling new & future releases in World War I History.

Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in (Warships of the Great War Book 5) Andy South. Kindle Edition. $ Release Date: February 29, World War Two was a world war in space.

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It spread from Ebook to Japan, to the Soviet Ebook, etc. World War Two was quite different from World War One which was geographically limited to Europe. But in the case of the Gulf War, we are dealing with a war which is extremely local in space, but global in time, since it is the first 'live' war.