The Telegraph Book of the First World War is an anthology of the Telegraph's coverage of the First World War arranged thematically from outbreak to armistice. Including an introductory essay for each chapter that puts the Telegraph's coverage and the import of the events in their full context. Lavishly produced for the Christmas 2014 market, The Telegraph Book of the First World War is both an important historical documentation of the country's leading quality broadsheets coverage of the First World War, but also a beautifully packaged gift for Telegraph readers. Chapters include: Europe goes to war The Western front 1914-5 The war on the Eastern front 1914-6 The war at sea Britain at warÂ The war around the Mediterranean Western front 1916-7 The war goes global The war in the air War Curiosities/miscellaneous Eastern front and Russian revolution 1917-8 The war comes to an en
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|Size: ||808 KB|
|Publisher: ||Aurum Press Ltd|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781781313824 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|