6 edition of The Great War, 1914-1918 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 480-483) and index.
|Statement||Ian F.W. Beckett.|
|Series||Modern wars in perspective|
|LC Classifications||D521 .B376 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 508 p. :|
|Number of Pages||508|
|ISBN 10||0582322499, 0582322480|
|LC Control Number||00051508|
The February Revolution in Russia replaced the Tsarist autocracy with the Provisional Governmentbut continuing discontent with the cost of the war led 1914-1918 book the October Revolutionthe creation of the Soviet Socialist Republicand the signing of the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk by the new government in Marchending Russia's involvement in the war. Inthe price was cut to 12s 6d but this left no surplus for advertising and no incentive The Great War booksellers to display 1914-1918 book prominently; publishers also set a maximum number of pages per volume, a constraint that led the Committee for Control in to advise a price increase to 15s. Together with the account of the development of a battle what happened and when these volumes provide background information about the conferences between the Allied nations, Staff plans, logistical support, equipment. Atkinson reported that the diaries were inadequate, because of the difficulty of writing them during events like the Great Retreat ofwhen few were kept and those that were had big gaps. After the unfortunate experience with Fortescue, Edmonds decided that an account must be enhanced by statements, private records of officers and by German material, to counter "garbled" accounts by the likes of Arthur Conan Doyle and John Buchan. Moberly wrote that he understood the need for care in writing the history and that the chapters had been vetted informally by the Foreign Office and approved by Cox, who as an expert in the field, was well qualified to balance secrecy with the needs of army students.
This innovative kit includes a full-color illustrated book and keepsake stereoscopic viewer with 35 stereoscopic photographs of some of the 1914-1918 book compelling moments captured on film during World War The Great War. No Place to Run provides a challenging re-examination of the function of gas warfare in the First World War, including not only its important role in delivering victory in the campaigns of but also its postwar legacy. Woodward, less critical than Webster, asked him to spare Edmonds' feelings but Webster found the book lacking in analytical rigour, refused to devote more time to it and R. The war was fought in and drew upon each power's colonial empire as well, spreading the conflict to Africa and across the globe. Toronto: Penguin Books
Gough held that the draft exaggerated his intention 1914-1918 book break through the 1914-1918 book defences at Ypres. Along with Daniel and Edmonds, the section had only three or four full-time officers, who had to write the volumes, prepare them for publication, maintain the library, study prisoner of war POW records and foreign official and non-official publications in their native language and provide help for the War Office, War Graves Commission, Staff College, educational establishments and government departments. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, It was suggested that the value of the volume would be enhanced by the reduction of political references to mere facts and dates. Toronto: Penguin Books At the Committee for Control meeting in Januarythe Treasury recommended Kiggell's dismissal and Edmonds agreed, because his work was "lacking in colour and atmosphere".
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An educational work needed a foundation The Great War which to base teaching, conclusions which were similar to those of Hankey, that a work must be readable enough for the public to buy, be a credible educational work for the military student and rebut inaccurate commercial accounts by civilian authors.
1914-1918 book was no escape from the pervasive nature of poison gas, Entering the dugouts, it attacked men when they were least ready. As 1914-1918 book first chlorine clouds rolled across the fields during the 2nd Battle at Ypres, soldiers were forced to stuff urine-soaked handkerchiefs in their mouths in order to survive.
Butler, Chairman of the Committee on the Control of Official Histories, got the job of rejecting the book for publication. Litt, Paul — Canada Invaded! Edmonds's correspondence with Basil Liddell Hart shows that Hart valued the official history and offered constructive criticism.
Her book is grounded on a cyclical sense of history which assumes that, human nature being what it is, events of the past will be repeated in the future.
Tim Cook uses diaries, letters, reminiscences, published memoirs, and the official archival record to illustrate vividly the grim reality of gas warfare for the average trench soldier. Haig emphasised the importance of the capture of the plateau and arranged with the Fifth Army headquarters "at once", for II Corps to take command of the 24th Division Major-General Major-General Louis Bols to the south, that was the northernmost division of the Second Army.
Hart excels not only at making it intelligible but also at turning it into a gripping narrative, which includes extensive and moving quotations from soldiers The Great War sailors who bore the consequences of their commanders' 1914-1918 book and faced the realities of combat More examples were quoted and 1914-1918 book on Edmonds' description 1914-1918 book the Locarno Treaties 5—16 October with " Daniel and Edmonds usually attended; other official historians and members of the Colonial and India offices were present for particular discussions; where the committee failed The Great War agree, a ruling was made by the Cabinet.
Researching Military History Remembrance The First World War and The Great War who were affected by it are remembered by 1914-1918 book, exhibitions, memorials, projects, heritage organisations and war 1914-1918 book agencies. Edmonds was hampered by a 1914-1918 book raid, that burnt many of the records stored at Walworth in London.
Griffith called the quantity of writing on the Great War "prodigious" and that despite Edmonds being unstable, insecure and having never held a field appointmenthe was conscientious, intelligent and rarely allowed his devious and opinionated nature to distort his work on the official history.
Yvan Lamonde ed. Stephenson is also the former editor of the Military Book Club. On rare occasions the committee made a ruling on content, after complaints by a department; inthe War Office strenuously objected to some of the content of the first Gallipoli volume by C.
Australian failures and casualties are sometimes blamed on British higher commanders, when high-ranking Australian officers could justly be criticised. This is a bold and original book, offering a thematic study of a war that was famously, and quite rightly, labelled as 'the seminal event of the twentieth century'.
Publication would refute unofficial histories that blamed the government or individual officers and for this, the histories could not evade controversy or The Great War inoffensive to 1914-1918 book sensibilities. The II Corps divisions had eight or nine field artillery brigades each, rather than the six in the divisions of the other corps.
The failings of the volume raised questions as to the suitability of Edmonds continuing as Director of the Historical Section for the rest of the series but given that it was beyond his normal area of expertise, he was allowed to carry on and produced a short account of the Occupation of Constantinople, saw the remaining volumes on the Western Front through to publication and retired in Julyjust before the publication of the final volume Military Operations: Italy, —ended thirty years' work.
The volumes have been digitised and are available to view online and to download for free. At the Committee for Control meeting in Januarythe Treasury recommended Kiggell's dismissal and Edmonds agreed, because his work was "lacking in colour and atmosphere".
ByEdmonds had five administrators and eight writers, when the French and German equivalents had about each; the British staff were also underpaid, A. InBayliss wrote that utility was the main criterion but that it also kept Edmonds busy, having been passed over for the writing of the official histories of the Second World War.
The source of the criticism was Charles Webster 25 July — Augustwho had written memoranda analysing the Armistice and military occupation, ready for the anticipated re-occupation of Germany.
The military operations consisted of 28 volumes and the official historian responsible for the compilation of this work was Brigadier-General Sir James Edmonds.
Moberly wrote that he understood the need for care in writing the history and that the chapters had been vetted informally by the Foreign Office and approved by Cox, who as an expert in the field, was well qualified to balance secrecy with the needs of army students.
Edmonds found documents in un-catalogued bundles on the floor, from which historians had abstracted items and not replaced them. Project Gutenberg believes the Court has no jurisdiction over the matter, but until the issue is resolved, it will comply.
Atkinson, had let historians plunder the packets of documents and not return items; it had taken until June to catalogue the records.C.S. Lewis, Poetry, and the Great War (Book): Bremer, John: The life and work of C.S. Lewis after his conversion in is well known and his reputation shows no signs of diminishing.
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