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Recollections of World War 1 By Clarence Walter Martin
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Lt. Clarence Walter Martin's Recollections of World War 1 and being wounded in action in France.
Mobile Book Cards of the World: World War 1, World War 2 By Renzhi Notes
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You can read the Mobile by ipad or smartphone(some need install epub file reader). Pictures of WW1 and WW2 World War I Sarajevo assassination, Western Front, Naval war, War in the Balkans, Middle... More > Eastern theatre, Eastern Front, Russian Revolution World War II Japanese invasion of China, Invasion of Poland, Western Front, Battle of Britain, North African Campaign, Axis attack on the USSR (1941), Siege of Leningrad, Battle of Moscow, Battle of Stalingrad, Battle of Kursk, Attack on Pearl Harbor, Battle of the Coral Sea, Battle of Midway, Casablanca Conference, Guadalcanal Campaign, Allied invasion of Sicily, D-Day, Warsaw Uprising, Battle of the Philippine Sea, Battle of the Bulge, East Prussian Offensive, Battle of Berlin, Atomic bombings, Soviet invasion of Manchuria.< Less
Australian Baptists and World War 1 By Edited by Michael Petras
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This book is a record of a Symposium held by the Baptist Historical Society of NSW on the 90th Anniversary of the World War 1 Armistice. Topics are a Modern Soldier's Reflections by Brigadier Jim... More > Wallace, World War 1 in Retrospect by Michael Petras and the Heartbreak of World War 1 by Professor Robert Linder. It includes Letters from the Front, a list of Honours and Awards and of those who lost two or more sons in the conflict. Information about persons whose names are on the Wellington (NSW) Baptist Church Honour Roll is also included< Less
Voices of the First World War By Jenny Hill
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This poignant cycle of poems by Jenny Hill, with a Foreword by General the Lord Dannatt GCB CBE MC DL, commemorates those who perished in the Great War, 1914-1918. It is inspired by a series of... More > podcasts by the Imperial War Museum in connection with the First World War Centenary Partnership, 2014-2018. There is a poem for each of the podcasts, which totalled 48 at the time of writing, plus a closing poem of grief and reconciliation. The poems are illustrated by a series of sparse, haunting images from the pen of Ian Clark.< Less
WAR AND THE FUTURE : Italy, France and Britain at War ( World War 1, 1917) By H. G. Wells
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WAR AND THE FUTURE Italy, France and Britain at War by H. G. Wells Contents The Passing of the Effigy The War in Italy (August, 1916) I. The Isonzo Front II. The Mountain War III. Behind the... More > Front The Western War (September, 1916) I. Ruins II. The Grades of War III. The War Landscape IV. New Arms for Old Ones V. Tanks How People Think About the War I. Do they Really Think at all? II. The Yielding Pacifist and the Conscientious Objector III. The Religious Revival IV. The Riddle of the British V. The Social Changes in Progress VI. The Ending of the War< Less
WAR AND THE FUTURE : Italy, France and Britain at War ( World War 1, 1917) By H. G. Wells
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WAR AND THE FUTURE Italy, France and Britain at War by H. G. Wells Contents The Passing of the Effigy The War in Italy (August, 1916) I. The Isonzo Front II. The Mountain War III. Behind the... More > Front The Western War (September, 1916) I. Ruins II. The Grades of War III. The War Landscape IV. New Arms for Old Ones V. Tanks How People Think About the War I. Do they Really Think at all? II. The Yielding Pacifist and the Conscientious Objector III. The Religious Revival IV. The Riddle of the British V. The Social Changes in Progress VI. The Ending of the War< Less
World War O By J. J. Ward
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“World War Offshore” – no one knows how it started, or who’s behind it, but one thing’s for certain: it’s the biggest anti-capitalist demonstration the world has... More > ever seen. Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators, spread across six continents, demanding an end to the non-accountability of “the 1%”, re-regulation of the world’s financial services, and a new era of social justice. MI7 takes the view that it’s best left to the appropriate law enforcement agencies – with the exception of one little detail. In order to get off the ground so effectively, its organisers had to bypass GCHQ in Britain and the NSA in America. A breathtakingly impressive achievement, and possibly an ominous one. Next time, whoever does that may not be so benign. Agent John Mordred is assigned to investigate.< Less
100 of the Most Interesting World War 1 Facts By Vadim Kravetsky, Alex Trost
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Are you looking for a journey that will take you through 100 of the, along with funny comments and a word puzzle? Then this book is for you. Whether you are looking at this book for curiosity,... More > choices, options, or just for fun; this book fits any criteria. Creating 100 of the etc. did not happen quickly. It is thorough look at accuracy and foundation before the book was even started. This book was created to inform, entertain and maybe even test your knowledge. By the time you finish reading this book you will want to share it with others.< Less
Voices From the Past - World War 1 By John Taylor
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World War 1 Poets 50 Greatest Poems By Wilfred Owen, Issac Rosenberg, Rupert Brooke
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World War One represented a watershed in world history ,it was the first time that the industrial world utilised its weapons for mass destruction. The carnage that followed would have a profound... More > effect on the rest of the 20th Century. The horrors of trench warfare and mass casualties had a massive psychological effect on everyone who was exposed it. Some tried to illustrate this through their poetry ,Wilfred Owen and Isaac Rosenberg both sought to expose the horrors through gritty realism, whilst others such Rupert Brooke concentrated on the world they were fighting for. All three poets paid the ultimate price losing their lives . As Wilfred Owen wrote “All the poet can do today is warn, that’s why the true poets must be truthful” The greatest epitaph to these three men was that they were true poets.< Less