World War 1: A History From Beginning to End

November 30, 2018 - Comment

World War I World War One was one of the bloodiest wars in modern history. At its end, it had claimed over seventeen million lives. It led to the collapse of nations, the abdication of monarchies and ended empires. Entire divisions of men perished in the pursuit of mere miles of uninhabitable wasteland––towns were pulverized

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World War I

World War One was one of the bloodiest wars in modern history. At its end, it had claimed over seventeen million lives. It led to the collapse of nations, the abdication of monarchies and ended empires. Entire divisions of men perished in the pursuit of mere miles of uninhabitable wasteland––towns were pulverized and millions displaced. It became a horrendous war of attrition, each side competing to kill as many of their foe as possible.

Inside you will read about…

✓ 1914 – Blood Is Spilled
✓ 1915 – The Dawn Of The Industrialized War
✓ 1916 – Unrelenting Bloodshed
✓ 1917 – Revolution, Revelation and Catastrophe
✓ 1918 – The Great War At An End

It became the first industrialized war in history and introduced revolutionary technology into the fray. The Airplane, the Tank and the Machine Gun first saw action collectively during the conflict. It was also the first war in which poison gas was used to choke young men out of their trenches.
This book is a timeline account of the important events that shaped the First World War. It details the events and causes that led the world to war. This book covers the milestone moments, important battles, and how the outcome changed the world forever.

Comments

Anonymous says:

I like it I found this book very useful considering the length- it is exceedingly short. I found that it gave a good, brief description of ww1 and gave me a really good insight of the events that took place and the horrific conditions that soldiers faced daily. I read this book due to the fact I’m currently taking history as a gcse, however I was quite behind on this topic and I found that this book really helped and caught me up. I would definitely recommend this for abit of light, extra reading. personally, it could be improved as it wasn’t the most detailed book and I know a lot of information about ww1 that unfortunately wasn’t included in this book. overall, I would recommend this book, especially if it’s a topic that you’re perhaps studying at school.

Anonymous says:

Quick update on the course of WW 1 Decent read. It’s a chronological account of WW1 describing the defining battles. Reading is thoroughly recommended to get the facts in order, and would be very useful for students and those who wish to get started with the topic. Mr Henry Freeman has written this for all to read for free and that’s a most praiseworthy and noble effort. Thank you Mr Freeman.

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