Goodbye to All That

Illustrated History of the First World War

by A.J.P. Taylor
Putnam, 224 pp., $6.95

The Strategy of Victory, 1914-1918: The Life and Times of the Master Strategist of World War I, Field Marshal Sir William Robertson

by Victor Bonham-Carter
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 417 pp., $6.00

Ordeal of Victory

by John Terraine
Lippincott, 508 pp., $6.95

The First World War

by General Richard Thoumin, edited and translated by Martin Kieffer
Putnam, 544 pp., $6.95

Armageddon: 1918

by Cyril Falls
Lippincott, 200 pp., $3.95

The effect of the First World War was to bring into relief the hidden and unresolved tensions which had been gathering strength ever since the closing years of the nineteenth century. It weakened the framework of society and made it easier for new forces to emerge.

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