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Nelson's History of the war. By John Buchan.

By: Buchan, John, 1875-1940.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London, New York, T. Nelson [1915-1919]Description: 24 v. maps (part fold.) diagrs. 19 cm.Subject(s): World War, 1914-1918Additional physical formats: Online version:: Nelson's History of the war.; Online version:: Nelson's History of the war.Also issued online.
Contents:
v. 1. From the beginning of the war to the fall of Namur -- v. 2. From the Battle of Mons to the German retreat to the Aisne -- v. 3. The Battle of the Aisne and the events down to the fall of Antwerp -- v. 4. The great struggle in West Flanders, the two attacks on Warsaw, and the fighting at sea down to the Battle of the Falkland Islands -- v. 5. The War of Attrition in the West, the campaign in the near East, and the fighting at sea down to the blockade of Britain -- v. 6. The campaign on the Niemen and the Narev, the struggle in the Caparthians, Neuve Chapelle, and beginning of the Dardanelles campaign -- v. 7. From the second battle of Ypres to the beginning of the Italian campaign -- v. 8. The midsummer campaigns and the battles on the Warsaw Salient -- v. 9. The Italian war, the campaign at Gallpoli, and the Russian retreat from the Warsaw Salient -- v. 10. The Russian stand and the Allied offensive in the West -- v. 11. The struggle for the Dvina and the Great Invasion of Serbia -- v. 12. The retreat form Bagdad, the evacuation of Gallipoli, and the Derby Report -- v. 13. The position at sea, the fall of Erzerum, and the first battle of Verdun -- v. 14. From the fall of Kut to the second battle of Verdun -- v. 15. Brussilov's offensive and the intervention of Rumania -- v. 16. The battle of the Somme -- v. 17. From the opening of the Rumanian campaign to the change of government in Britain -- v. 18. From the German overtures for peace to the American declaration of war -- v. 19. The spring campaigns of 1917 -- v. 20. The summer campaigns of 1917 -- v. 21. The fourth winter of war -- v. 22. The darkest hour -- v. 23. The dawn -- v. 24. Victory.
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v. 1. From the beginning of the war to the fall of Namur -- v. 2. From the Battle of Mons to the German retreat to the Aisne -- v. 3. The Battle of the Aisne and the events down to the fall of Antwerp -- v. 4. The great struggle in West Flanders, the two attacks on Warsaw, and the fighting at sea down to the Battle of the Falkland Islands -- v. 5. The War of Attrition in the West, the campaign in the near East, and the fighting at sea down to the blockade of Britain -- v. 6. The campaign on the Niemen and the Narev, the struggle in the Caparthians, Neuve Chapelle, and beginning of the Dardanelles campaign -- v. 7. From the second battle of Ypres to the beginning of the Italian campaign -- v. 8. The midsummer campaigns and the battles on the Warsaw Salient -- v. 9. The Italian war, the campaign at Gallpoli, and the Russian retreat from the Warsaw Salient -- v. 10. The Russian stand and the Allied offensive in the West -- v. 11. The struggle for the Dvina and the Great Invasion of Serbia -- v. 12. The retreat form Bagdad, the evacuation of Gallipoli, and the Derby Report -- v. 13. The position at sea, the fall of Erzerum, and the first battle of Verdun -- v. 14. From the fall of Kut to the second battle of Verdun -- v. 15. Brussilov's offensive and the intervention of Rumania -- v. 16. The battle of the Somme -- v. 17. From the opening of the Rumanian campaign to the change of government in Britain -- v. 18. From the German overtures for peace to the American declaration of war -- v. 19. The spring campaigns of 1917 -- v. 20. The summer campaigns of 1917 -- v. 21. The fourth winter of war -- v. 22. The darkest hour -- v. 23. The dawn -- v. 24. Victory.

"With a preface by the Earl of Roseberry, K. G."--t.-p. of vol. I.

Subsequently published in 4 volumes under title: A history of the great war.

Also issued online.

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