World War I: History of the World War, Complete Edition, Volume 1
A complete history of World War I, by Francis A. March, Ph.D., in collaboration with Richard J. Beamish, Special War Correspondent and Military Analyst. With photographs by James H. Hare and Donald Thompson, plus official photographs of the U.S., Canadian, British, French, and Italian governments.
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The World Suddenly
Why the World Went
The Plotter Behind
The Great War Begins ao
The Trail of the Beast
The First Battle
Japan in the
Campaign in the East
New Methods and Hor
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