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|Statement||edited by J.J.G. Mackenzie and Brian Holden Reid.|
|Contributions||Mackenzie, J. J. G., Reid, Brian Holden.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 233 p.|
|Number of Pages||233|
|ISBN 10||1854880098, 1854880004|
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This is a major new history of the British army during the Great War written by three leading military historians. Ian Beckett, Timothy Bowman and Mark Connelly survey operations on the Western Front and throughout the rest of the world as well as the army's social history, pre-war and wartime planning and strategy, the maintenance of discipline and morale and the lasting/5(4).
This is a major new history of the British army during the Great War written by three leading military The British Army and the operational of war book. Ian Beckett, Timothy Bowman and Mark Connelly survey operations on the Western Front and throughout the rest of the world as well as the army's social history, pre-war and wartime planning and strategy, the maintenance of discipline and morale and the lasting legacy of the First.
Between and the British army fought as a member of the Grand Alliance against Louis XIV. Despite the military and political significance of the European conflict, this book is the first historical investigation for over a century dealing with the operations Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: British Army and the operational level of war.
London: Tri-Service, (OCoLC) Document Type. The British Expeditionary Force at the start of World War I was tiny by the standards of the other belligerent powers.
Yet, when deployed to France init prevailed against the German army because of its professionalism and tactical skill, strengths developed through hard lessons learned a dozen years earlier. In Octoberthe British went to war against the South African Boer 5/5(1).
Although he covers military operations, Barkawi’s main interest is the internal economy of this force, which lacked the attributes usually considered vital to military effectiveness – ethnic, religious, cultural, and political unity – yet was among the most capable armies of the s: 5.
1 Map of The British Isles faces 4: 2 Organization of the War Office (showing its relation to other Ministries) 9: 3 Organization of the corps staff faces 4 Map of the British Isles showing Military commands and districts. 5 Organization of the infantry division staff faces 6 Organization of the infantry brigade staff Title: Ground Truths: British Army Operations in the Irish War of Independence Author: W.H.
Kautt Publisher: Irish Academic Press, Dublin ISBN: Price: Available from the publishers here, priced at € Reviewer: John Dorney ‘Ground Truths’ is a re-printing of the British Army’s report on their operations in Ireland from toin the conflict that they.
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The English Army was first established as a standing military force in In many regiments of the English and Scottish armies were already combined under one operational command and stationed in the Netherlands fighting in the War of Spanish uently, although the regiments were now part of the new British military establishment, they remained under the same operational.
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Despite the military and political significance of the European conflict, this book is the first historical investigation for over a century dealing with the operations of the principal campaigns in the Low : The British Army is actively engaged in operational duties across the globe.
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The British Army during World War I fought the largest and most costly war in its long history. Unlike the French and German Armies, the British Army was made up exclusively of volunteers—as opposed to conscripts—at the beginning of the conflict. Furthermore, the British Army was considerably smaller than its French and German counterparts.
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