World War I Day by Day

World War I Day by Day

Alex Hook

History / War / World War II

A truly global conflict–it was fought in Europe on Balkan, Eastern, Italian and Western fronts, in Africa and the Middle East, in Turkey and Mesopotamia; on land, at sea, and in the air. It was also a war that saw many military innovations including the major use of gas, thew first intensive aerial bombing attacks, the advent of tanks onto the battlefield, and protracted submarine warfare. With over 350 illustrations, World War I Day by Day provides a substantial reference to the day-by-day conduct of all facets of the war–including politics, the battles and campaigns in every theatre, innovations in land, sea and aerial warfare, and other major events.
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