Ninety years after the Armistice of 1918, we are still fascinated with the First World War. "The Western Front Experience" describes the development of the fighting from 1914-1918, spotlighting some of the obscure but important actions and as well as the major battles. From the ordinary soldiers in the trenches, to the generals commanding the action, this book combines a vivid narrative informed by recent research, and brings to life one of the most terrible periods of warfare the world has ever known.Series Intro:Published for the first time in digital format, André Deutsch’s ‘A World at War’ series presents a collection of authoritative and concise military histories written by some of the world’s most respected military and social historians. We launch with a series of 12 titles on the First and Second World Wars by authors including Gary Sheffield, Richard Overy, Juliet Gardiner and Richard Holmes. Future titles will cover subjects ranging from the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars, to the American Civil War and the Vietnam War, by authors such as Sir Alistair Horne and Major General Julian Thompson.