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The German Army 1914–18 (Men-at-Arms #80)
The Imperial German Army began the Great War (World War I) as the most professionally impressive conscript force in the world. This fascinating book by Donald Fosten and Robert Marrion explores in great detail the organization, tactics, weapons, uniforms, equipment and origins of this army that fought in World War I from its start in 1914 to their ultimate defeat in 1918. ...more
Paperback, 48 pages
Published July 27th 1978 by Osprey Publishing
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This is another good overview by MAA. The contents of this volume is broken into specific parts; firstly an introductory history, dealing with the unification of Germany and their involvement in World War One, which is well written. Next comes a numerical listing of German Army regiments, by type and nationality (Prussian, Saxon, etc.) but unfortunately not a detailed breakdown into higher level formations (which would have been hard to fit into a volume this small). Next are some notes on organ ...more
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