Forgotten Battlefronts of the First World War

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  • Copyright: 2009-10-01
  • Publisher: The History Press
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The struggle between Germany and the Allies along the Western Front is for many the most familiar element of World War I. However, many less well-known theatres of conflict, key to the overall progress and conduct of the war, hold as much relevance to both the traveller and the armchair enthusiast. In this work, the author sheds light on the fighting methods of the protagonists in less familiar settings, whether in the Italian Alps or in the cloying heat of the Greek coast.

Author Biography

Martin Marix-Evans has written more than 20 books on aspects of military history, including Ypres in War and Peace and the Fall of France: Act With Daring.

Table of Contents

Introduction and Acknowledgementsp. v
The Belgian Frontsp. 1
Invasion and Siegep. 3
Retreat to the Yserp. 29
The Coastp. 57
The Vosgesp. 75
The Fight for the Summitsp. 77
The Italian Frontsp. 109
Italia Irredentap. 111
Battles of the Trentino and Isonzop. 129
Battles of Caporetto and Piavep. 149
The Salonika Frontp. 183
Bridgeheads in the Balkansp. 185
Balkan Victoryp. 217
Bibliographyp. 251
Indexp. 253
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