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The United States and international struggle I, the 1st quantity within the new Routledge study courses to American army reviews sequence, offers a concise, annotated consultant to the immense quantity of assets to be had at the nice War.  With over 2,000 entries chosen from a wide selection of guides, manuscript collections, databases, and on-line assets, this volume may be a useful study instrument for college students, students, and armed forces historical past buffs alike.  the big variety of themes lined contain battle movies and literature, to civil-military kinfolk, to girls and war.  Routledge study publications to American army stories will contain concise, easy-to-use bibliographic volumes on assorted American army campaigns all through historical past, in addition to tackling well timed topics resembling ladies within the army and terrorism.

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New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1927–1930. 4 vols. Churchill begins his account with the 1911 Agadir Crisis and concludes with the collapse of Germany in 1918. This is very personal history because it was written by one of the leading participants in the war. The literary quality of this wide-ranging narrative is outstanding. 177. Clayton, Anthony. Paths of Glory: The French Army 1914–18. London: Cassell, 2003. 238 pp. The French Army’s contributions to Germany’s defeat are well described by Clayton.

Stokesbury, James L. A Short History of World War I. New York: William Morrow, 1981. 348 pp. This traditional history of World War I, which is designed for classroom use, was the first general history of the war written in almost two decades. 211. Strachan, Hew. The First World War. Vol. 1, To Arms. New York: Oxford University Press, 2001. 1,227 pp. Strachan originally intended to supersede C. R. M. F. Crutwell’s one-volume history of World War I. He is now, however, one-third of the way to completing a three-volume history.

Directed toward the layman rather than the scholar, this is one of the most readable surveys of the United States and World War I. ” 223. Eisenhower, John S. , and Joanne T. Eisenhower. Yanks. The Epic Story of the American Army in World War I. New York: Touchstone, 2002. 353 pp. This volume, which concentrates on the leadership of the AEF, paints a more positive picture of Pershing’s command than many recent accounts. S. Army is shown as playing a decisive role in Germany’s defeat. 224. Ford, Nancy Gentile.

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