The Western Front: Battleground and Home Front in the First World War (European History in Perspective) ePub download
by Hunt Tooley
- ISBN: 0333650638
- ISBN13: 978-0333650639
- ePub: 1703 kb | FB2: 1664 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Humanities
- Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; First Paperback Edition edition (August 16, 2003)
- Pages: 318
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 245
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In my opinion, it is the best introduction we now have to the history of the Great War altogether. Hunt Tooley, a history professor at Austin College in Sherman, Texas, published this 267-page summary of the World War I in 2003 and covers the bases with regards to the attitudes leading up to the war, the tactics used in the war including glimpses of methods used in the horrible battles of the Somme and Verdun, life on the homefront and the. long-term impact of the war on the state, the family and the indidivual.
The Western Front book. This study of World War I crosses the boundaries of national histories to examine the various connections between the 400-mile-long Western Front and the home fronts of the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Canada, Australia, the United States, and other participants. A thorough reexamination of the Great War has been underway since the 1970s and this book draws on enormous.
This study of World War I crosses the boundaries of national histories to examine the various connections between the 400-mile-long Western Front and the home fronts of the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Canada, Australia, the United States, and other participants.
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First Battle of the Marne. World War I Books and Art. The Eastern Front. A number of alliances involving European powers, the Ottoman Empire, Russia and other parties had existed for years, but political instability in the Balkans (particularly Bosnia, Serbia and Herzegovina) threatened to destroy these agreements. The spark that ignited World War I was struck in Sarajevo, Bosnia, where Archduke Franz Ferdinand-heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire-was shot to death along with his wife, Sophie, by the Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip on June 28, 1914.
October 2013 · The Journal of Military History. During the First World War, ancient siege techniques were used in an attempt to break through the stalemate in the trenches
June 2016 · Journal of European Studies. October 2013 · The Journal of Military History. During the First World War, ancient siege techniques were used in an attempt to break through the stalemate in the trenches. This paper approaches the mine crater war from a completely new perspective and focuses on a landscape-scale approach rather than on fragmented individual sites.
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Redirected from First World War). World War I (often abbreviated as WWI or WW1), also known as the First World War, the Great War, the Seminal Catastrophe, and initially in North America as the European War, was a global war originating in Europe that lasted from 28 July 1914 to 11 November 1918.
World War 1: The western front had trench warfare . World War 2: In the west, Germany conquered France and other countries quickly fought th. .
World War 1: The western front had trench warfare, where after Sept 1914 the front remained relatively unchanged until the end of the war in 1918. The eastern front was longer and therefore lower troop concentrations. World War 2: In the west, Germany conquered France and other countries quickly fought the German Nazi army. Eastern Front is where the Russian and other Soviet countries fought 2/3 of the German Nazi army to saved Europe.
The tide of the advance was dramatically turned with the Battle of the Marne.
The war on the Western Front is very much alive in the Western consciousness, but what is.The geography of the war in the east was very different when compared to the west
The war on the Western Front is very much alive in the Western consciousness, but what is so often forgotten is that it was actually a two-front war in Europe. Germany was not only fighting in the West against the French and British (and eventually the Americans), but also in the East against the Russian Empire. Russian troops on the move to the front line. From National Geographic magazine, volume 31. 1917. The geography of the war in the east was very different when compared to the west. Rather than a compressed front line, the Russians and Germans were eventually fighting over an area of more than a thousand miles.