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World War One: Weapons and Warfare Hardcover – 26 Feb 2004

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Adrian Gilbert is a military historian with a special interest in 20th-century warfare. His latest book is Challenge of Battle: The Real Story of the British Army in 1914, which includes a rigorous analysis of the BEF's performance set within a dramatic narrative of the First World War's opening campaign. Among his other books are POW: Allied Prisoners of War in Europe 1939-45, The Foreign Legion in its Own Words, the best-selling Sniper One-on-One, and The Imperial War Museum Book of the Desert War, the latter volume part of a series that won the Duke of Westminster's Medal for Military Literature. He also writes books for children.

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A fascinating compendium of grisly facts. (Carousel)

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This series provides a detailed examination of one of the most disastrous wars in history. With information, photographs and maps, there are also timelines and quotes which put events in context and help to personalise them. For ages 10-16 years.

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The assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand in Sarajevo pushed Europe into a war that spread around the globe. Read the first page
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