1918: How the First World War Was Won
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Produced in association with Imperial War Museums, 1918: How the First World War Was Won gives a detailed account of the final year of the war. It examines each battle in turn, from the German Spring Offensives on the Western Front, through the Battle of Amiens that heralded the start of the Hundred Days campaign, to the Battle of Megiddo at the start of the final British-led offensive.
Major General Julian Thompson's authoritative text is illustrated with contemporary photographs and full-colour maps. It tells the story of the US entry in to the war, the tactical command of Allied Supreme Commander Ferdinand Foch, and the final push that gave the Allies total victory.