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The German Army at Ypres 1914 by Jack Sheldon
This book is the fifth I have by Jack Sheldon and my expectations were met fully. A very detailed and revealing account of the German Army in the first months of the war, which destroys some myths. They were not as well prepared as our proffessional, but small, army was.

The german soldier and officer alike speak with admiration for the skill at arms displayed by the British "tommy", an eye opener! and a very good read.
The Other Side of the Wire Volume 1: With the Germ&hellip by Ralph J. Whitehead
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A fantastic book which complements many British perspectives of the first world war, especially books on the Somme. Am patiently (just) waiting for volume two.
German Soldiers in the Great War: Letters and Eyew&hellip by Bernd Ulrich
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A very good book which brings to the British reader a view of the mainly, unknown human face of the "other side" in the Great War.