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The Western Front, 1914-18

by John Terraine

The Western Front, 1914-18 Synopsis

John Terraine, perhaps the most distinguished historian of the First World War, addresses a number of particular topics in this collection of fascinating essays. The author's lucid style stands out in making this book a model of accurate, well-argued and readable military history. 'John Terraine's nine essays either help our understanding or stimulate our thought'. Correlli Barnett 'another opportunity to admire his clarity of thought and his excellent style'. Sunday Times 'John Terraine reflects with insight and compassion on the appalling shambles of the Western Front'. The Times

The Western Front, 1914-18 Press Reviews

'John Terraine's nine essays either help our understanding or stimulate our thought'. Correlli Barnett 'another opportunity to admire his clarity of thought and his excellent style'. Sunday Times 'John Terraine reflects with insight and compassion on the appalling shambles of the Western Front'. The Times

Book Information

ISBN: 9780850529203
Publication date: 1st March 2003
Author: John Terraine
Publisher: Pen & Sword Books Ltd
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 232 pages
Categories: First World War, Battles & campaigns,

About John Terraine

The distinguished historian of the First World War, John Terraine, is the author of Haig: The Educated Soldier, The Great War, To Win a War, White Heat, Mons, The Road to Passchendaele, The Right of the Line and Business in Great Waters.

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