THE FIRST WORLD WAR AND BRITISH MILITARY HISTORY.
by Brian Bond .
Publisher: University of Oxford Press
Publish Date: 1991
Description: This is the first systematic scholarly study of the historiography of the First World War. The First World War remains controversial in its conduct and its broader implications, and this volume explores many issues which continue to cause debate, such as Haig's generalship, the role of T.E. Lawrence in the Arab Revolt, and the failure of the Dardanelles campaign. It also examines the new approaches to the war stimulated by the fiftieth anniversaries in the 1960s, and follows them through to contemporary concern with the experiences of ordinary soldiers and their chroniclers.344 pages
Binding: Hard Cover
ID Number: 10806