Command and Control on the Western Front: The British Army’s Experience 1914-19

$25.00

edited by Gary Sheffield & Dan Todman

A study by historians of the First World War considering numerous aspects of command at various levels on the Western Front. This book asks, if the British Army really had been led by donkeys, how was the war won and how did the Army reach such a peak of military excellence in 1918?

 

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ISBN: 9781862274204

Subtitle:
The British Army's Experience 1914-1918

Subject:
A military history of the British Army on the Western Front in World War I, and of those in command, such as French, Haig and Gough. This book examines in which way command and control was exercised, and the way in which it actualy worked.

Description

Card cover with 224 pages, photos, index,notes, maps and illustrations, slight knock on bottom right hand corner front cover and some minor underlining, otherwise like new.