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A School History Of The Great War

Auhtor: Charles Coulomb

Language: english
Published: 1918

Genres:

history,  war
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Review by Timothy B. Riley, January 2005


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A School History Of The Great War':

This book was incredible. so very helpful. im not studying the great war but as a person who wanted to just know more about it this book really worked. its very easy to understand. a good read as well as informative.

Excerpts from the Book 'A School History Of The Great War':


... (yoong?kerz), or Prussian nobles. The educational system, while giving a rudimentary education to all, was really designed to keep large masses of ...
... except Rome and Venice. He won for the new Italian kingdom a place among the great nations of Europe. The third great Italian was Victor Emman?uel, ...
... Ii. Why Germany Wanted War.CHAPTER II. WHY GERMANY WANTED WAR. It would be impossible to make a list of all the causes which led Germany ...
... met with a somewhat larger measure of success when it came to discuss the question of the peaceful settlement of international disputes, though here also ...
... 4. Why did the Hague Conferences fail to attain their great objects. 5. Summarize what was actually accomplished by the Conferences. 6. Has the history ...
... but also descendants of Roman colonists like the Roumanians, and other racial groups like the Serbs and Bulgars, which represent the survivals ...
... as she pleased, without interference from any other power. And so it continued through those critical days. Every effort made by England looking toward ...
... not advance along this road without running the risk of having the Germans from the north and the Austrians from the south cut off her armies from their ...
... she had practically made herself master of that country, particularly in military matters. The Turkish army had been trained by Germans, and many ...
... swift vessels constantly in search of U-boats. ATTEMPTED BLOCKADE OF GREAT BRITAIN.-In February, 1915, Germany declared a blockade of the British ...
... had gone on for several hours in fog and mist, the British grand fleet approached, but night came on before a decision was reached. During the night ...
... of the extreme socialists. The Germans, meanwhile, through spies and secret agents, had been spreading among the Russian soldiers the idea that ...
... victory in Italy might quiet criticism at home. An immense army of Austrians and Germans was gathered together to attack the Italian forces. The Italians ...
... a lull of over a month while the Germans were reorganizing their forces and preparing for a still greater blow. Again the element of surprise was employed. ...
... General Allenby's men took the important cities of Damascus and Aleppo, and in Mesopotamia also the British began a new advance. Turkey was already ...
... and Liberty loan campaigns, but also through direct lessons on conserving food, clothing, and public and private property. Many children planted and ...
... a plan for guaranteed disarmament. How large a force will each nation need to maintain its domestic safety. How shall we be sure that Germany will not ...
... and economic independence and territorial integrity of the several Balkan states should be entered into. We have here a comprehensive plan ...
... 13 German troops occupy Odessa on Black Sea. Mar. 21- First German drive of the year, on 50-mile front, extending Apr. 1 to Montdidier (page 143). Apr. ...
... Beatty, Admiral, 114. Belgium, before the war, 18, 30 neutrality 19, 78 in the war, 78-80, 149 German occupation of, 82-84 Wilson on, 175. Belgrade, ...