Foch: Supreme Allied Commander in the Great War
Ferdinand Foch is the prototype of the twentieth-century general. Better than any other general of the First World War, Foch came to understand how technology and modern alliance systems had changed the nature of warfare. He is most famous for his role as Allied commander in chief in 1918. In this position, unparalleled in the history of warfare, Foch welded together the d...more
Paperback, 124 pages
Published October 1st 2003 by Potomac Books
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