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World War I was the greatest cataclysm Europe had ever known, directly involving 61 million troops from 16 nations. Yet the history of the war and the reasons it started and spread so rapidly were vastly more complex than the players realized. Written by highly respected authorities, this book discusses the literature on all aspects of the war, making it an excellent starting point for anyone seeking guidance to the immense, and often daunting, body of World War I literature.

The struggle mobilized manpower from home, troops from the colonies abroad, and—in most countries-women as well as men. Governments increasingly intervened in everyday life. New weapons and organizational structures were developed. Yet the history of the war and the reasons it started and spread so rapidly were vastly more complex than the players realized. Written by highly respected authorities, this book discusses the literature on all aspects of the war.

Dennis Showalter's opening chapter covers the controversial issue of the war's origins—a complex subject that has been much debated by historians. Ensuing chapters consider the literature on each of the participating countries. The broader subjects of the war at sea and the war in the air are also covered. Daniel Beaver's final chapter discusses the mobilization of industry and the new military technology. This book is an excellent starting point for anyone seeking guidance to the immense, and often daunting, body of World War I literature.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780313288500
  • Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 12/30/2003
  • Pages: 496
  • Product dimensions: 7.10 (w) x 10.10 (h) x 1.40 (d)

Meet the Author

ROBIN HIGHAM is Professor Emeritus of Military History at Kansas State University and editor of the Journal of the West. The author of many articles, monographs, and bibliographical volumes, he has also been editor of the journals Military Affairs and Aerospace Historian.

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Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Origins 1
2 Germany 23
3 France 51
4 Great Britain 79
5 Italy 99
6 Austria-Hungary 129
7 Russia 149
8 The Middle East 185
9 The Balkans : Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania, and Greece 203
10 Canada 227
11 United States 243
12 Australia and New Zealand 265
13 Africa 279
14 Japan 293
15 The war at sea 315
16 The war in the air 345
17 Industrial mobilization and military technology 375
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