The Strategy of the Lloyd George Coalition, 1916-1918

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Index
Abbeville 226
Acre 262
Adams, W. S. S.23
Addison, C.13, 77, 85, 86, 88, 90, 245, 247
Admirality 28, 41, 72-3, 79, 168, 175, 209
Anti-submarine division 44, 72
armistice with Germany281-2
conduct Flanders offensive 132
Room 40-1, 168, 283, 284
strategy in North Sea and Baltic 150-3, 174-5, 292
Trade division 71
unrestricted U-boat warfare 43-4, 71-5, 207
War Staff 23, 71, 152, 168, 169
Adriatic 106, 162, 189
Aegean 34, 264
Afghanistan175, 176, 178, 255
aircraft production 84, 185
air raids 83-4
Åland islands 173
Albania105
Aleppo 262
Alexiev, General 49, 60, 101
Allenby, Sir E. 133, 135, 153, 155, 167, 190, 262, 263
Allied Maritime Transport Council 237
Alsace-Lorraine 61, 64, 106, 142, 144, 146, 147, 201, 203, 210, 225, 281
Amalgamated Society of Engineers 86, 87-8, 187, 229
American Expeditionary Force:
amalgamation with British and French armies 179-80, 186, 236-9
slow arrival in France9, 102, 156, 161, 178-80, 182, 236-9
Amery, L.15, 63, 130, 287
impact of Russian collapse 175-6
Amiens 215, 224, 225, 256
Anglo-French conference:
( Dec. 1916) 37-8
( Feb. 1917) 55-7, 94
( May 1917) 97, 100, 110, 114
( Aug. 1917) 134-5
( Sept. 1917) 136-7
Anglo-French Entente ( 1904) 4
Anglo-Russian Entente ( 1907) 4
Arab revolt 11
Arabia 38, 133, 197, 198, 204
Archangel 174, 242
Armenia38, 91, 197, 204, 240, 266
Army Council84, 165-6, 186, 218
Arras 110, 214, 225
Asia Minor105, 203
Asquith, H. H.1, 16, 30, 90, 165
Lansdowne letter 200-1
manpower policy 181
Maurice debate 234-5
strategy of government ( 1914- 16) 4-6, 67-8
war aims 146, 219
Astor, W.24
Athens98
attrition, strategy of 16, 21-2, 31, 62, 97, 100, 122, 128, 286-7, 293-4
Australia62, 63, 77
Austria-Hungary6, 8, 187
armistice negotiations 279-80, 282
army 31
separate peace 104-9, 195, 196-7, 198-9, 210-11
war weariness 248-9
Austro-German conference (Oct. 1916) 34
Auxiliary Service Law 5, 31
Azores33
Baghdad9, 11, 132, 135, 153, 167, 255
Baden, Prince Max of 268
Baker, Newton D.238
Balfour, A.19, 37-8, 59, 93, 143, 144, 146, 158, 168, 239, 250, 251
alliance relations 288-9
armistice with Germany282
Bolshevism 280
fourteen points 273-4
intervention in Russia241
mission to USA26, 65-6
separate peace with Austria- Hungary and Turkey197-8
Balfour declaration 135
Baltic 34, 292
Baltic states 278

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