A History of the Great War, 1914-1918

By C. R. M. F. Cruttwell | Go to book overview

CONTENTS
I. ARMIES AND PLANS1
II. DEFEAT AND VICTORY IN THE WEST13
III. TANNENBERG AND LEMBERG39
IV. THE NAVAL SITUATION AT THE BEGINNING OF WAR55
V. THE CAMPAIGN IN POLAND, 191479
VI. THE FIRST BATTLE OF YPRES93
VII. THE FORTUNES OF ADMIRAL VON SPEE115
VIII. THE FIRST EFFECTS OF THE WAR ON BELLIGERENTS AND NEUTRALS125
IX. THE STRATEGICAL PREPARATIONS FOR 1915137
X. THE CAMPAIGN IN FRANCE AND FLANDERS, 1915147
XI. THE RETREAT OF RUSSIA, 1915171
XII. THE BRITISH BLOCKADE AND THE FIRST GERMAN SUBMARINE CAMPAIGN187
XIII. THE DARDANELLES204
XIV. THE COLLAPSE OF THE ENTENTE PLANS IN THE BALKANS IN 1915228
XV.VERDUN237
XVI. THE SOMME255
XVII. EVENTS IN THE EAST IN 1916280
XVIII. THE WAR IN THE NORTH SEA UNTIL JUTLAND304
XIX. JUTLAND318
XX. MESOPOTAMIA, EGYPT AND PALESTINE, 1914- 1917339
XXI. ATTEMPTS TO NEGOTIATE PEACE 1916-1917359
XXII. THE GREAT SUBMARINE CAMPAIGN AND THE ENTRY OF AMERICA INTO THE WAR376
XXIII. CHANGES IN THE POLITICAL AND MILITARY DIRECTION OF THE ENTENTE390
XXIV. THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION418
XXV. THE CAMPAIGN IN FLANDERS, 1917 MESSINES AND PASSCHENDAELE436

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