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This volume tells the full story of World War I, illustrated throughout with maps, photos, posters, documents, and newspaper articles. Numerous features explore special aspects of the war, including key personalities from Kitchener to Brusilov, weapons and tactics from machine guns to trench raiding, key battles and events, and quotes revealing what the soldiers at the fro ...more
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Lloyd Clark is a senior lecturer in war studies at Great Britain's Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, and he has lectured on military history around the world. His special interests are the Western Front of the First World War, the Mediterranean Front of the Second World War, and airborne warfare.
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