8 edition of Britain and the First World War found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by John Turner.|
|Contributions||Turner, John, 1949 May 18-|
|LC Classifications||D546 .B75 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||165 p. :|
|Number of Pages||165|
|ISBN 10||0044451083, 0044451091|
|LC Control Number||87032604|
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Lucid and comprehensive, Britain and the Origins of the First World War brings together the bureaucratic, diplomatic, economic, strategical and ideological factors that led to Britain's entry into the Great War, and remains the most complete survey of the pre-war situation.4/5(3).
This book gives students an informed insight into the British experience in the First World War. The contributors, all established First World War historians, have drawn on their own research and secondary sources to give a succinct account of politics, diplomacy, strategy and social developments during a period of dramatic : Hardcover.
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This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book Cited by: Instead, while placing greater emphasis than before on the role of Russia, Zara S. Steiner and Keith Neilson maintain the view that Britain was forced into the war Taking into account the scholarship of the last 20 years, this new edition rejects recent arguments that Britain went to war out of either weakness, fear of an "invented" German /5.
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Book Description. This book gives students an informed insight into the British experience in the First World War. The contributors, all established First World War historians, have drawn on their own research and secondary sources to give a succinct account of politics, diplomacy, strategy and social developments during a period Britain and the First World War book dramatic change.
Great War Britain - The First World War at Home. The declaration of war in August was to change Britain and British society irrevocably as conflict came to dominate almost every aspect of civilian life for the next four years/5.
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Fight The Good Fight: Britain, the Army and the Coming of the First World War Hardcover – September 9, /5(12). Book Description. The First World War appears as a fault line in Britain’s twentieth-century history. Between August and November the titanic struggle against Imperial Germany and her allies consumed more people, more money and more resources than any other conflict that Britain had hitherto experienced.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: maps ; 23 cm: Contents: Allies, rivals and enemies: British strategy and war aims during the First World War / David French --The war and the British empire / A.J. Stockwell --The Royal Navy and the war at sea / Bryan Ranft --The new warfare and.
To mark the war's th anniversary the BBC has more modest ambitions, with Jeremy Paxman presenting a five‑part series called Great Britain's Great War from which this book is a spin-off – sent out in advance of the main event like a wire-cutting party in no-man's land, presumably to take advantage of the Christmas book-buying season.
Britain Goes to War - How the First World War Began to Reshape the Nation, ed. Peter Liddle. Covers a very wide range of topics, starting with a focus on the early months of the war, moving on to a series of topics that cover the entire period and ending with a look at some of the sources available for the study of the war.
How and why did Britain become involved in the First World War. Taking into account the scholarship of the last twenty-five years, this second edition of Zara S. Steiner's classic study, thoroughly revised with Keith Neilson, explores a subject which is as highly contentious as retaining the basic argument that Britain went to war in not as Reviews: 1.
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland was one of the Allied Powers during the First World War of –, fighting against the Central Powers (the German Empire, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Ottoman Empire and the Kingdom of Bulgaria).Followed by: Interwar Britain.
The second book on your list is To Arms (), volume one of Hew Strachan’s book The First World War. This is quite a big book. Yes, 1, pages.
You need pretty strong wrists if you want to read it in bed. The bibliography alone is 50 pages. And it’s almost all about just the first year of the war. The first world war still pervades our imagination. Even in California, I grew up with images of the trenches and of barbed wire strung across muddy fields.
But the war, as it appears in my book. Fighting the First World War consumed lives, material, and money. Millions died; more suffered. By the war's end, the political map of Europe had been redrawn as empires disappeared and new states arose.
In Britain, France, and the Financing of the First World War Martin Horn traces the financial contours of the war, which crippled France financially, leaving Britain, itself. MacMillan takes pride in writing for general readers, and mentions Barbara Tuchman – author of The Guns of August, a widely read book on the outbreak of the first world war, published in Buy First World War books from today.
Find our best selection and offers online, with FREE Click & Collect or UK delivery. The Second World War can be read with profit by students of the period as a memoir by a leading participant rather than a comprehensive history by a professional and detached historian.
The Second World War, particularly the period from to when Britain fought with the support of the Empire and a few Allies, was the climax of Churchill's career and his inside Author: Winston Churchill and assistants.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 22 cm. Contents: Introduction --The conservative watershed --The diplomatic response --Britain and Germany: the myth of rivalry?--Britain and Russia: the troubled partnership --Britain, Germany and France, flexibility and constraint --The Balkans.
Britain could have lived with a German victory in the first world war, and should have stayed out of the conflict inaccording to the historian Niall Ferguson, who described the intervention Author: Maev Kennedy.
Get this from a library. Britain and the origins of the First World War. [Zara Steiner; Keith Neilson] -- Taking into account the scholarship of the last 20 years, this edition rejects arguments that assert that Britain went to war out of either a fear.
World War I, –18, also known as the Great War, conflict, chiefly in Europe, among most of the great Western powers. It was the largest war the world had yet seen.
Causes World War I was immediately precipitated by the assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary by a Serbian nationalist in The debate on the origins of the First World War started almost as soon as the conflict broke out in August Both sides quickly published collections of diplomatic correspondence purporting to show that the blame for the war lay elsewhere.
The British Blue Book, for example, argued that Britain. The First World War created the modern world. A conflict of unprecedented ferocity, it abruptly ended the relative peace and prosperity of the Victorian era, unleashing such demons of the twentieth century as mechanized warfare and mass death.
It also helped to usher in the ideas that have shaped our times--modernism in the arts, new approaches to psychology and medicine, 4/5(16).
Background Home Guard in the First World War. There was a Home Guard during the First World War (the Volunteer Training Corps) but it was not on the same scale as its Second World War activities were nominally confined to training young men for future call-up, rather than engaging in actual combat and so many Second World War Home Guardists Branch: British Army.
The First World War () is a ten-part Channel 4 documentary television series surveying the history of World War I (). It is based on the book of the same name by Oxford history professor Hew Strachan. (Additionally, a tie-in book of participant letters and diaries — A War in Words () by Svetlana Palmer and Sarah Wallis — was published for the series.)Original network: Channel 4.
In the years leading to World War I there are five major powers within Europe - Austria-Hungary, Germany, Russia, France and Britain. The cast list is unchanged since the early 18th century (except that Prussia is now Germany), and the players are well used to the game of diplomacy in which alliances formed for defensive purposes turn into.
In the first in-depth study of the relationship between the suffrage campaign in Britain and World War I, Angela K. Smith explores the links between these two defining moments of the early twentieth century. Did the opportunities afforded by the war enable women finally and irrefutably to demonstrate their right to full citizenship.
Or did World War I actually postpone women's. The First World War was a global war centred in Europe that began from and lasted until It probably involved most of nations in the world, which were divided into two opposing alliances: the Allies and the Central Powers (Willmott, ).
Eventually, on 11 NovemberGermany signed an armistice, and Allies won the war. Spies of the Kaiser: German Covert Operations in Great Britain during the First World War Era (). Boghardt, Thomas. The Zimmermann telegram: intelligence, diplomacy, and America's entry into World War I ().
Dockrill, Michael. and David French, eds. Strategy and Intelligence: British Policy During the First World War (). Debruyne. Michael Morpurgo, whose latest book on the first world war is the anthology Only Remembered I recommend The Amazing Tale of Ali Pasha, written and illustrated by Michael Foreman, the remarkable Author: Guardian Staff.
AroundBelgian refugees who fled the German invasion spent the First World War in Britain – the largest refugee presence Britain has ever witnessed. Welcomed in a wave of humanitarian sympathy for ‘Poor Little Belgium’, within a few months Belgian exiles were pushed off the front pages of newspapers by the news of direct British.
The author, world authority on this period of flying history, has provided in this series a compact and thoritative source of reference to all known aircraft built by the combatant nations during the First World War. This is the first volume on Fighters in the series which is in uniform with William Green's Warplanes of the Second World War.
Veterans of the First World War: Ex-Servicemen and Ex-Servicewomen in Post-War Britain and Ireland 1st Edition. David Swift, Oliver Wilkinson Febru This volume synthesises the latest scholarship on First World War veterans in post-war Britain and Ireland, investigating the topic through its political, social and cultural dynamics.
'A Matter of Honour': Britain in the First World War Book Purchase a signed or unsigned copy of my first ever book, where I investigated the impact that the code of honour had on Britain's decision to enter the First World :.
AroundBelgian refugees who fled the German invasion spent the First World War in Britain – the largest refugee presence Britain has ever witnessed.
Welcomed in a wave of humanitarian sympathy for ‘Poor Little Belgium’, within a few months Belgian exiles were pushed off the front pages.