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Haig's Intelligence : GHQ and the German Army, 1916-1918

By: Beach, Jim.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Cambridge Military Histories: Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013Description: 1 online resource (388 p.).ISBN: 9781107465206.Subject(s): Great Britain. War Office. General Staff -- History | World War, 1914-1918 -- Campaigns -- Western Front | World War, 1914-1918 -- Military intelligence -- Great BritainGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Haig's Intelligence : GHQ and the German Army, 1916–1918DDC classification: 940.4/85641 | 940.485641 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents; Figures; Tables; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; German army; Introduction; Part I; 1 Organisation; War Office; GHQ; BEF; Canadian Corps; Specialist intelligence; 2 Leadership; Macdonogh; Charteris; Cox; 3 Personnel; Staff officers; Intelligence Corps; Training; 4 Frontline; Observation; Captives; Debris; 5 Espionage; Preparations; GHQ Services; Secret Service; Rivalry; Allies; Other sources; Contribution; 6 Photography; Reconnaissance; Photography; Intelligence; 7 Signals; Telephones; Wireless; Contribution; 8 Analysis; Germany; German army; Western Front; Part II; 9 Somme
ExpectationOffensive; 10 Arras; Winter; Withdrawal; Offensive; 11 Third Ypres; Messines; Passchendaele; 12 Cambrai; 13 German offensives; Anticipation; Somme offensive; Lys offensive; Final offensives; 14 Hundred Days; Amiens; Withdrawal; Collapse; Conclusion; Appendix 1 Identifications of German units at the Front, 1916-1918; Appendix 2 Contribution of sources to identification of German units at the Front, 1916-1918; Appendix 3 British assessments of German divisions on the Western Front, October 1918; Bibliography; Government papers; Archives générales du royaume, Belgium
Archives New ZealandAustralian War Memorial; Imperial War Museum; Library and Archives Canada; Musée royal de lArmée et dhistoire militaire, Belgium; National Archives and Records Administration, United States; National Archives, United Kingdom; British Library; Service historique de la défense, France; Département Air; Département Marine; Département Terre; Wichita State University Special Collections; Private papers; Aberdeen University; Australian War Memorial; Bodleian Library; British Library; Cambridge University Library; Churchill Archives Centre; Durham County Record Office
Hoover InstitutionHoughton Hall; Imperial War Museum; Library and Archives Canada; Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives; Liddle Collection, University of Leeds; Liverpool Record Office; London School of Economics; Medmenham Collection; Military Intelligence Museum; National Army Museum; National Library of Scotland; New Zealand Army Museum; News International Archive and Record Office; Parliamentary Archives; Privately held; Queen's University; Royal Air Force Museum; Royal Artillery Library; Royal Engineers Library; Tank Museum Archives and Reference Library
United States Army Military History InstituteOral sources; Imperial War Museum; Liddle Collection, University of Leeds; Contemporaneous published sources and memoirs; Secondary sources; Theses; Index
Summary: Haig's Intelligence confronts a perennial question about the British on the Western Front: why did they think they were winning?
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Contents; Figures; Tables; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; German army; Introduction; Part I; 1 Organisation; War Office; GHQ; BEF; Canadian Corps; Specialist intelligence; 2 Leadership; Macdonogh; Charteris; Cox; 3 Personnel; Staff officers; Intelligence Corps; Training; 4 Frontline; Observation; Captives; Debris; 5 Espionage; Preparations; GHQ Services; Secret Service; Rivalry; Allies; Other sources; Contribution; 6 Photography; Reconnaissance; Photography; Intelligence; 7 Signals; Telephones; Wireless; Contribution; 8 Analysis; Germany; German army; Western Front; Part II; 9 Somme

ExpectationOffensive; 10 Arras; Winter; Withdrawal; Offensive; 11 Third Ypres; Messines; Passchendaele; 12 Cambrai; 13 German offensives; Anticipation; Somme offensive; Lys offensive; Final offensives; 14 Hundred Days; Amiens; Withdrawal; Collapse; Conclusion; Appendix 1 Identifications of German units at the Front, 1916-1918; Appendix 2 Contribution of sources to identification of German units at the Front, 1916-1918; Appendix 3 British assessments of German divisions on the Western Front, October 1918; Bibliography; Government papers; Archives générales du royaume, Belgium

Archives New ZealandAustralian War Memorial; Imperial War Museum; Library and Archives Canada; Musée royal de lArmée et dhistoire militaire, Belgium; National Archives and Records Administration, United States; National Archives, United Kingdom; British Library; Service historique de la défense, France; Département Air; Département Marine; Département Terre; Wichita State University Special Collections; Private papers; Aberdeen University; Australian War Memorial; Bodleian Library; British Library; Cambridge University Library; Churchill Archives Centre; Durham County Record Office

Hoover InstitutionHoughton Hall; Imperial War Museum; Library and Archives Canada; Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives; Liddle Collection, University of Leeds; Liverpool Record Office; London School of Economics; Medmenham Collection; Military Intelligence Museum; National Army Museum; National Library of Scotland; New Zealand Army Museum; News International Archive and Record Office; Parliamentary Archives; Privately held; Queen's University; Royal Air Force Museum; Royal Artillery Library; Royal Engineers Library; Tank Museum Archives and Reference Library

United States Army Military History InstituteOral sources; Imperial War Museum; Liddle Collection, University of Leeds; Contemporaneous published sources and memoirs; Secondary sources; Theses; Index

Haig's Intelligence confronts a perennial question about the British on the Western Front: why did they think they were winning?

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