Doctrine and Dogma: German and British Infantry Tactics in the First World War


This is the first in-depth comparison of German and British infantry tactics, training, and leadership techniques during World War I. Samuels' study undercuts some traditional views about the reasons for German successes and British failures during the Great War and points to how different value systems in the two countries affected their military prowess. This historical study of the doctrines underlying the British and German strategies and their implementation holds important lessons for students of military history and contemporary military strategy.


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