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The Road To Passchendaele. The Flanders Offensive Of 1917: A Study In Inevitability

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Paperback, 366 pages
Published 1984 by Leo Cooper (first published 1977)
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Elliott
Jan 25, 2019 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
This is more a lengthy footnote than a book and accordingly it suffers for it.
As the title states this is a study on inevitability and so John Terraine very liberally samples from the public and private papers of the principal architects and protagonists leading up to the Flanders Offensive of 1917. The theme of the textual choices is that 1917 required an offensive by the Allies, that that offensive had to be primarily a British one because of the state of the French and Russian armies, that
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