Description - Command and Control of the Western Front by Professor Gary Sheffield
A study by historians of the First World War considers various aspects of command at various levels on the Western Front. This book describes, if the British Army really had been led by donkeys, then how was the war won and how did the Army reach such a peak of military excellence in 1918?
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(240mm x 160mm x 20mm)
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Author Biography - Professor Gary Sheffield
Dr Gary Sheffield is Senior Lecturer in Defence Studies at King's College London. He has published many books on military history, including The Somme (2003). Dr Dan Todman is Lecturer in Modern British History at Queen Mary, University of London. Also an author of several books, including The Great War: Myth and Memory.Contributors to this book include Andy Simpson, author of Spellmount's greatly admired Directing Operations: British Corps Command on the Western Front 1914-18.