1918 – Winning the War, Losing the War


Publisher: Osprey


ISBN: 978-1-4728-2933-7

Hardback & eBook, 304 pages

RRP: £25

INSPIRED BY his work with the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst and The Centre for Historical Analysis and Conflict Research (the British Army’s Think Tank), the resourceful Dr Matthias Strohn has curated and edited an important and thoughtprovoking collection of essays about 1918 written by ten of the world’s leading historians. Indeed, the contributions to this book are acutely aimed at each theatre of conflict during the last year of the First World War, a conflict which Dr Strohn believes cast a long, long shadow over Europe for decades to come.

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