A History of the Great War, 1914-1918

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LIST OF MAPS
1. Europe in 1914facing p. 5
2. The Great German Wheelpage14
3. The Battle of the Marne30
4. Tannenberg42
5. The North Sea60
6. The Mediterranean70
7. The Polish Salient78
8. Serbia91
9. The Ypres Salient102
10. The Western Front (1914)110
11. The Pacific and South America114
12. Champagne163
13. The Eastern Front170
14. The Break-through on the Dunajec174
15. Gallipoli214
16. Verdun240
17. The Somme258
18. Rumania294
19. Mesopotamia and Persia340
20. Egypt, Palestine, and Syria350
21. Arras and Vimy Ridge406
22. Chemin des Dames410
23. The Italian Front444
24. Caporetto456
25. Cambrai469
26. Terms of the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk483
27. The British Front from Arras to Noyon (March 1918)491
28. The Western Front (March to July 1918)515
29. Plan of Zeebrugge539
30. The Marne Pocket545
31. Plan of Saint-Mihiel558
32. The Western Front (Armistice)565
33. Plan of Argonne566
34. Allenby's Last Campaign615

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