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World's War Events, Vol. II This volume tells about the events during World War I. It begins with the attack at Verdun early in 1916, the story of the war and of American aid is carried to the close of 1917.
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This book just explains what the Germans conquered over the period of time through 1916-1942. I was very disappointed of this book and thought I wasted my time.
Francis Joseph Reynolds This volume tells about the events during World War I. It begins with the attack at Verdun early in 1916, the story of the war and of American aid is carried to the close of 1917.
Francis Joseph Reynolds The first month of the Allied offensive on the Somme front closed quietly. The British and French forces had every reason to feel encouraged over their successes. In the two thrusts since July 1, 1916, they had won from the Germans nearly twenty-four square miles of territory. Considering the extent to which every fraction of a mile was fortified and defended, and the thoroughness of the German preparations to make the district impregnable, the Allied gains were important. As a British officer said at the time, it was like digging badgers out of holes—with the proviso that every badger had machine guns and rifles at the hole's mouth, while the approach to each was swept by the fire from a dozen neighboring earthworks.