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Price of Glory : Verdun 1916

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Edition:
Revised
ISBN13:

9780140170412

ISBN10:
0140170413
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
5/1/1993
Publisher(s):
Penguin (Non-Classics)
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Summary

The battle of Verdun lasted ten months. It was a battle in which at least 700,000 men fell, along a front of fifteen miles; whose aim was less to defeat the enemy than bleed him to death; a battleground whose once fertile terrain even now resembles a haunted wilderness. Alistair Horne's classic work, continuously in print for nearly forty years, is a profoundly moving, sympathetic study of the battle and the men who fought there. It shows that Verdun is a key to understanding the First World War - the minds of those who waged it, the traditions that bound them and the world that gave them the opportunity.


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