The Great War Explained


By: Philip Stevens
Supplied by: Pen and Sword

Format: Paperback
Pages: 221
ISBN: 9781783461868
Published: 6th October 2014
RRP / Print Price: £8.99

Current purchase price:
£6.29

The Great War Explained

This is much more than just another book to add to the thousands on The Great War. It sets out to fill a gap. Written for the layman by a layman (who is also an articulate and experienced battlefield guide) it summarises the key events and contributions of key individuals, some well, others unknown but with a story to tell.

To get a true picture of this monumental event in history, it is necessary to grasp the fundamentals, be they military, political, social or simply human. The slaughters at Verdun, Somme and Passchendaele are no more than statistics without the stories of those that fought, drowned and died there.

It is designed to capture the imagination and feed the mind of those ever increasing number of people who seek a better understanding of The Great War.

 




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