The Killing Ground: The British Army, the Western Front, and the Emergence of Modern Warfare, 1900-1918

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Unwin Hyman, 1990 - Great Britain - 309 pages
An explanation of why the British army fought the way it did in World War I. It integrates social and military history and the impact of ideas to tell the story of how the British army, especially senior officers, adapted to the new technological warfare of the early 20th century.

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