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  • Forty-Seven Days: How Pershing's Warriors Came of Age to Defeat the German Army in World War I

    The gripping account of the U.S. First Army’s astonishing triumph over the Germans in America’s bloodiest battle of the First World War—the Battle of the Meuse-Argonne.“Mitchell Yockelson expands our understanding not only of how World War I ended, but also of how militaries can change and adapt under conditions of great adversity.”—Max Boot, New York Times Bestselling Author of The Savage Wars of Peace   The Battle of the Meuse-Argonne stands as the deadliest clash in American history: More than a million untested American soldiers went up against a better-trained and -experienced German army, costing more twenty-six thousand...
    A Boy Went To War In 1914

    • ASIN: 0451466950
    • Brand: TURNAROUND PUBLISHER SERVICES

  • A Sailor of Austria: In Which, Without Really Intending to, Otto Prohaska Becomes Official War Hero No. 27 of the Habsburg Empire (The Otto Prohaska Novels)

    In this ironic, hilarious, and poignant story, Otto Prohaska is a submarine captain serving the almost-landlocked Austro-Hungarian Empire. He faces a host of unlikely circumstances, from petrol poisoning to exploding lavatories to trigger-happy Turks. All signs point to the total collapse of the bloated empire he serves, but Otto refuses to abandon the Habsburgs in their hour of need.
    A Boy Went To War In 1914

    • ASIN: 159013107X
    • Brand: McBooks Press

  • The Balkan Wars

    In this riveting new history of the Balkan peoples, André Gerolymatos explores how ancient events engendered cultural myths that evolved over time, gaining strength in the collective consciousnesses of Orthodox Christians and Muslims alike. In colorful detail, we meet the key figures that instigated and perpetuated these myths--assassin/heroes such as Milos Obolic and Gavrilo Princip and warlords such as Ali Pasha. This lively survey of centuries of strife finally puts the modern conflicts in Bosnia and Kosovo into historical context, and provides a long overdue account of the origins of ethnic hatred and warmongering in this turbulent land....
    A Boy Went To War In 1914

    • ASIN: 0465027326

  • Hancock County in the World War: A brief chronicle of the Hancock County boys who went to war and the activities of those who helped at home with Liberty Loans, Red Cross work, etc


    A Boy Went To War In 1914

    • ASIN: B0008BOLH4

  • Mensch ärgere Dich nicht St. [German Version]

    Mensch ärgere Dich nicht is a German board game (but not a German-style board game), developed by Josef Friedrich Schmidt in 1907/1908. The game was issued in 1914 and sold about 70 million copies, driven by huge popularity among German troops serving in World War I
    A Boy Went To War In 1914

    • ASIN: B00006RT9Z
    • Brand: Schmidt Spiele

  • Fields of Battle : Pearl Harbor, the Rose Bowl, and the Boys Who Went to War

    In the wake of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the 1942 Rose Bowl was moved from Pasadena to Durham, North Carolina, out of fear of Japanese attacks on the West Coast. It remains the only Rose Bowl game to ever be played outside of Pasadena. Duke University, led by legendary coach Wallace Wade Sr., faced off against underdog Oregon State College, with both teams preparing for a grueling fight on the football field while their thoughts wandered to the battlefields they would soon be on. As the players and coaches prepared for the game, America was preparing for war. President
    A Boy Went To War In 1914
    In the wake of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the 1942 Rose Bowl was moved from Pasadena to Durham, North Carolina, out of fear of Japanese attacks on the West Coast. It remains the only Rose Bowl game to ever be played outside of Pasadena. Duke University, led by legendary coach Wallace Wade Sr., faced off against underdog Oregon State College, with both teams preparing for a grueling fight on the football field while their thoughts wandered to the battlefields they would soon be on.As the players and coaches prepared for the game, America was preparing for war. President Franklin

    • UPC: 55745759

  • The Sleepwalkers : How Europe Went to War in 1914

    "First published in Great Britain in 2012 by Allen Lane"--T.p. verso.
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    One of The New York Times Book Review's 10 Best Books of the YearWinner of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize (History)The Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914 is historian Christopher Clark's riveting account of the explosive beginnings of World War I.Drawing on new scholarship, Clark offers a fresh look at World War I, focusing not on the battles and atrocities of the war itself, but on the complex events and relationships that led a group of well-meaning leaders into brutal conflict.Clark traces the paths to war in a minute-by-minute, action-packed narrative that cuts between the key decision

    • UPC: 26033946
    • Rating: 4.625

  • The Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914 (Paperback)

    Books : The Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914 (Paperback)
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    This is the pacy sensitive and formidably argued history of the causes of the First World War from acclaimed historian and author Christopher Clark. This book was the winner of the Financial Times Books of the Year 2014. It was a winners of Sunday Times and Independent Books of the Year 2012. This book was also the winner of the Los Angeles Times History Book Prize 2014. The moments that it took Gavrilo Princip to step forward to the stalled car and shoot dead Franz Ferdinand and his wife were perhaps the most fateful of the modern era. An act

    • UPC: 674408413
    • Rating: 4.625

  • A World Undone : The Story of the Great War, 1914 to 1918

    In this absorbing and epic account of the First World War, Meyer brilliantly tells how empires were shattered, nearly 20 million lives lost, and how the later calamities of the 20th century took
    A Boy Went To War In 1914
    Drawing on exhaustive research, this remarkable, intimate account tells the story of how World War I reduced Europe’s mightiest empires to rubble, killed twenty million people, and cracked the foundations of the world we live in today.On a summer day in 1914, a nineteen-year-old Serbian nationalist gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo. While the world slumbered, monumental forces were shaken. In less than a month, a combination of ambition, deceit, fear, jealousy, missed opportunities, and miscalculation sent Austro-Hungarian troops marching into Serbia, German troops streaming toward Paris, and a vast Russian army into war, with England as its ally.

    • UPC: 5278043
    • Rating: 4.417

  • Europe's Last Summer : Why the World Went to War in 1914

    Books : Europe's Last Summer: Why the World Went to War in 1914 (Paperback)
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    The Great War not only destroyed the lives of over 20 million soldiers and civilians it ushered in a century of huge political and social upheaval led directly to the WW-II and altered for ever the mechanisms of governments. This book reveals a fresh pattern in the happenings of that fateful July and August which leads in unexpected

    • UPC: 145631688
    • Rating: 4.333

  • Boy Soldiers (World War I)

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    Please consider supporting our videos on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/simplehistory The law stated that you had to be 18 to sign up and 19 to serve overseas in the British Armed Forces. However...
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    Britain's 250,000 boy soldiers in World War I

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    A quarter of a million boy soldiers, some as young as 14, enlisted in World War One by lying about their age. Around 120,000 of them were killed or injured. One 17-year-old was shot for desertion. ...
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    The Great War - opening shots. The BEF at Mons 23 August 1914

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    Interviews with The Old Contemptibles. Lance Corporal George Rippon speaking in 1984. L/Cpl Rippon served with the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, II Corps of the British Expeditionary Force (...
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