The World Crisis Volume V The Unknown War

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  • Copyright: 3/26/2015
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic

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The World Crisis is considered by many to be Winston S. Churchill's literary masterpiece. Published across five volumes between 1923 and 1931, Churchill here tells the story of The Great War, from its origins to the long shadow it cast on the following decades. At once a history and a first-hand account of Churchill's own involvement in the war, The World Crisis remains a compelling account of the conflict and its importance.

In the fifth and final volume of The World Crisis, Winston Churchill turns his attention to the 'forgotten war' on the Eastern Front. His focus is the great rivalry between Russia and the Austro-German alliance during the years of the First World War, from the tensions over Bosnia and Serbia that triggered the conflict through the terrible battles on the Eastern Front to the final collapse of the Russian forces that triggered the Revolution.

Author Biography

Sir Winston S. Churchill (1874-1965) was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom on two occasions, from 1940-1945 and again from 1951 to 1955. Celebrated as one of the greatest leaders of the twentieth century, he was also a gifted orator, statesman and historian. The author of more than 40 books, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1953 and in 1963 was made an honorary citizen of the United States.

Table of Contents

1. The Dusk of Hapsburg
2. The Annexation of Bosnia
3. Towards the Abyss
4. The Murder of the Archduke
5. The Austrian Ultimatum
6. The Fronts and the Combatants
7. Declarations of War
8. The Mobilization Interval
9. The Assembly of the Easter Armies
10. Austria Against Russia
11. The Battle of Lemberg
12. The Invasion of East Prussia
13. The Battle of Tannenberg
14. The First Masurian Lakes
15. The Second Round
16. The Battle of Lodz
17. East or West?
18. The Winter Battle
19. Beyond the Dardanelles
20. The Fall of Warsaw
21. The Reckoning with Serbia
22. Falkenhayn Returns to the West
23. Brusilov's Offensive
24. The Russian Collapse
Appendix I: The Hapsburg Dynasty
Appendix II: Some Authorities Consulted
Appendix III: References

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