World War I: The Definitive Visual History from Sarajevo to Versailles

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Penguin, 21 .. 2014 - 360 ˹
Vividly portraying confrontation on land, sea, and in the skies, World War I: The Definitive Visual History is a brilliant and fascinating portrait of a world at war. Sumptuously illustrated, this definitive account recounts in striking detail the course of the First World War. Engaging narrative recreates the experience of titanic battles such as Gallipoli, the Somme, and Verdun that left an indelible mark on the collective memory of countries that lost a generation of young men.
 

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BATTLE OF MONS 48
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ARTILLERY 50
50
The Great Retreat 52
53
The Battle of the Marne 54
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JOSEPH JOFFRE 56
56
The Race to the Sea 58
58
Fighting to a Standstill 60
60
THE CHRISTMAS TRUCE 62
62
Germanys New Order 202
202
REVOLUTION AND DISILLUSION 1917 204
205
Introduction 206
206
Timeline 208
208
The Tsar Overthrown 210
210
America Enters the War 212
213
WOODROW WILSON 214
214
Organizing America for War 216
216

The Battle of Tannenberg 64
64
PAUL VON HINDENBURG 66
66
AustroHungarian Failures 68
68
The Battle for Poland 70
70
CAVALRY 72
72
Turkey Enters the War 74
74
African Diversions 76
76
Confrontation at Sea 78
78
WARSHIPS AT SEA 80
80
Coronel and the Falklands 82
82
War in the East 84
84
STALEMATE 1915 86
87
Introduction 88
88
Timeline 90
90
Mobilizing Resources 92
93
TRENCH WARFARE 94
94
LIFE IN THE TRENCHES 96
96
Failure on the Western Front 98
98
TRENCH FIGHTING EQUIPMENT 100
100
Second Ypres 102
102
CHEMICAL WARFARE 104
104
Italy Enters the War 106
106
ANZAC TROOPS 108
108
The Gallipoli Campaign 110
110
BATTLE OF LONE PINE 114
114
The Armenian Massacre 116
116
IN SERVICE OF THE EMPIRE 118
118
COLONIAL TROOPS 120
120
Disaster in Mesopotamia 122
122
The Battle at Dogger Bank 124
124
The Sinking of the Lusitania 126
126
WARTIME POSTERS 128
128
America and the European War 130
130
The Zeppelin Raids 132
132
Campaigns on the Eastern Front 134
134
ANIMALS AT WAR 136
136
MACHINE GUNS 138
138
Serbia Crushed 140
140
The ArtoisLoos Offensive 142
142
RECONNAISSANCE AND COMMUNICATION 144
144
YEAR OF BATTLES 1916 146
147
Introduction 148
148
Timeline 150
150
Facing Deadlock 152
152
The German Offensive at Verdun 154
154
VERDUN 156
156
PHILIPPE PÉTAIN 158
158
The French Fight Back at Verdun 160
160
FORT DOUAUMONT 162
162
The Easter Rising 164
164
INTELLIGENCE AND ESPIONAGE 166
166
Slav Nationalism 168
168
The Battle of Jutland 170
170
ON BOARD THE SMS DERFFLINGER 172
172
The Brusilov Offensive 174
174
Kitcheners Armies 176
176
DOUGLAS HAIG 178
178
The Somme Offensive 180
180
THE FIRST DAY OF THE SOMME 182
182
Attrition on the Somme 184
184
MEDICAL TREATMENT 186
186
Dogfights and Aces 188
188
DOGFIGHT 190
190
WARPLANES 192
192
The Romanian Campaign 194
194
The Arab Revolt 196
196
The Strains of War 198
198
DAVID LLOYD GEORGE 200
200
Peace Initiatives and War Aims 218
218
The Uboat Onslaught 220
220
ERIC LUDENDORFF 222
222
The Nivelle Offensive 224
224
The Battle of Arras 226
226
SHELL CASINGS 228
229
CANADIANS IN THE WAR 230
230
The German Bomber Offensive 232
232
The Kerensky Offensive 234
234
THE REVOLUTIONARY ARMY 236
237
Messines Ridge 238
238
Third Ypres 240
240
PASSCHENDAELE 244
244
Italian Disaster at Caporetto 246
246
False Dawn at Cambrai 248
248
TANK WARFARE 250
250
The Bolshevik Revolution 252
252
Guerilla War in East Africa 254
254
Naval War in the Mediterranean 256
256
From Gaza to Jerusalem 258
258
RECORDING THE WAR 260
260
VICTORY AND DEFEAT 1918 262
263
Introduction 264
264
Timeline 266
266
Home Fronts 268
268
THE GERMAN HOME FRONT 270
270
Trench Warfare Transformed 272
272
STORMTROOPER EQUIPMENT 274
274
German Victory in the East 276
276
The Michael Offensive 278
278
THE OPENING OF THE MICHAEL OFFENSIVE 280
281
The German Search for Victory 282
282
The Battle of Belleau Wood 284
285
The Second Battle of the Marne 286
286
GAS ATTACK 288
288
FERDINAND FOCH 290
290
The Zeebrugge Raid 292
292
Climax of the Air War 294
294
AERIAL COMBAT 296
297
MANFRED VON RICHTHOFEN 298
298
Allied Intervention in Russia 300
300
WRITERS AT WAR 302
302
Turning Point at Amiens 304
304
Taking the St Mihiel Salient 306
306
The MeuseArgonne Offensive 308
308
JOHN PERSHING 310
310
Attacking the Hindenburg Line 312
312
ST QUENTIN CANAL 314
315
Turkey and Bulgaria Defeated 316
316
Italy Victorious 318
319
Mutiny and Revolution 320
320
The Armistice 322
322
CELEBRATIONS 324
324
AFTERMATH 1919 1923 326
327
Introduction 328
328
Timeline 330
330
Devastated World 332
332
The Paris Peace Conference 334
334
GEORGES CLEMENCEAU 336
336
The Versailles Treaty 338
338
SIGNING THE VERSAILLES TREATY 340
341
Postwar Conflicts 342
342
Never Again 344
344
MONUMENT TO THE FALLEN 346
347
In Memoriam 348
348
Index 352
352
Acknowledgments 359
358
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Richard Overy is Honorary Research Professor of History at the University of Exeter and one of Britain's most distinguished historians. His major works include The Bombing War, Dictators and The Morbid Age.

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