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Cassar, George H.

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George H. Cassar

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Cassar, George H.

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Cassar, George H.

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Cassar, George H.

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George H. Cassar

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George H. Cassar

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Item Description: Kimber, 1977. Book Condition: Fair. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside.This book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Dust Jacket in fair condition. Bookseller Inventory # 4682346

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George H. Cassar

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Item Description: Potomac Books Inc, United States, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 223 x 147 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. Without the advantage of birth or social connections, Horatio Herbert Kitchener rose rapidly in the Army, from obscure subaltern to the most acclaimed soldier in Britain. In August 1914, in the hour of his country s greatest need, he dutifully responded to the call to serve as secretary for war. George Cassar s study focuses on Kitchener s role in recognizing and framing the larger issues of the war facing his countrymen and the Allies. From the beginning he appreciated the complexities and demands of the global conflict, understanding that it would last at least three years and require the deployment of a mass army. His recruiting campaign, highlighted by the famous poster Your Country Needs You, brought in nearly three million volunteers, a feat that no other belligerent nation came close to matching. Kitchener s strategy was twofold. First, to defeat Germany and preserve Britain s independ-ence, Kitchener understood that the key to victory was to treat the western and eastern fronts as one. Thus he worked closely with, and supplied armaments to, the Russian army, while pursuing careful attrition in France. His second aim was to enhance the security of Britain and its empire in a postwar world, not just against enemies but also against allies. Drawing upon a variety of unpublished sources, ranging from government documents to the private papers of leading generals and politicians, the author sheds new light on Kitchener s controversial role in the Dardanelles campaign and the munitions crisis, his efforts to organize an Arab revolt against Turkey, his supervision of operations in Africa, and his relations with colleagues and Allied leaders. This highly readable book refutes many myths about Kitchener, which his detractors circulated after his death in 1916, and makes a powerful case that without his leadership the Entente would not have won the war. Bookseller Inventory # AAJ9781574887099

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Item Description: Potomac Books Inc, United States, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 223 x 147 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. Without the advantage of birth or social connections, Horatio Herbert Kitchener rose rapidly in the Army, from obscure subaltern to the most acclaimed soldier in Britain. In August 1914, in the hour of his country s greatest need, he dutifully responded to the call to serve as secretary for war. George Cassar s study focuses on Kitchener s role in recognizing and framing the larger issues of the war facing his countrymen and the Allies. From the beginning he appreciated the complexities and demands of the global conflict, understanding that it would last at least three years and require the deployment of a mass army. His recruiting campaign, highlighted by the famous poster Your Country Needs You, brought in nearly three million volunteers, a feat that no other belligerent nation came close to matching. Kitchener s strategy was twofold. First, to defeat Germany and preserve Britain s independ-ence, Kitchener understood that the key to victory was to treat the western and eastern fronts as one. Thus he worked closely with, and supplied armaments to, the Russian army, while pursuing careful attrition in France. His second aim was to enhance the security of Britain and its empire in a postwar world, not just against enemies but also against allies. Drawing upon a variety of unpublished sources, ranging from government documents to the private papers of leading generals and politicians, the author sheds new light on Kitchener s controversial role in the Dardanelles campaign and the munitions crisis, his efforts to organize an Arab revolt against Turkey, his supervision of operations in Africa, and his relations with colleagues and Allied leaders. This highly readable book refutes many myths about Kitchener, which his detractors circulated after his death in 1916, and makes a powerful case that without his leadership the Entente would not have won the war. Bookseller Inventory # AAJ9781574887099

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Cassar, George H.

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Item Description: Brassey's, Inc., Washington, D.C., 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good (mylar). First Edition. 8vo. Pp: xviii + 363. Gilt titles: sp. Illust. w/ b/w maps, portraits, photos & facsimile doc. (listed). Blue bds. Ex-lib w/ usual treatments. Interior leaves are clean and tight. The career moves of the British secretary for war. Includes notes, bibliography & index. Lord Kitchener's role as Secretary for State of War (1914-1916) during the Great War. The author goes far to rehabilitate Kitchener's reputation during the war years. A nice clean copy. Bookseller Inventory # 003272

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George H. Cassar

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Item Description: Potomac Books Inc. Paperback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, Kitchener's War: British Strategy from 1914 to 1918, George H. Cassar, Without the advantage of birth or social connections, Horatio Herbert Kitchener rose rapidly in the Army, from obscure subaltern to the most acclaimed soldier in Britain. In August 1914, in the hour of his country 's greatest need, he dutifully responded to the call to serve as secretary for war. George Cassar 's study focuses on Kitchener 's role in recognizing and framing the larger issues of the war facing his countrymen and the Allies. From the beginning he appreciated the complexities and demands of the global conflict, understanding that it would last at least three years and require the deployment of a mass army. His recruiting campaign, highlighted by the famous poster Your Country Needs You, brought in nearly three million volunteers, a feat that no other belligerent nation came close to matching. Kitchener 's strategy was twofold. First, to defeat Germany and preserve Britain 's independ-ence, Kitchener understood that the key to victory was to treat the western and eastern fronts as one. Thus he worked closely with, and supplied armaments to, the Russian army, while pursuing careful attrition in France. His second aim was to enhance the security of Britain and its empire in a postwar world, not just against enemies but also against allies. Drawing upon a variety of unpublished sources, ranging from government documents to the private papers of leading generals and politicians, the author sheds new light on Kitchener 's controversial role in the Dardanelles campaign and the munitions crisis, his efforts to organize an Arab revolt against Turkey, his supervision of operations in Africa, and his relations with colleagues and Allied leaders. This highly readable book refutes many myths about Kitchener, which his detractors circulated after his death in 1916, and makes a powerful case that without his leadership the Entente would not have won the war. Bookseller Inventory # B9781574887099

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Cassar, George H.

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Cassar, George H.

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Item Description: Oberon Pr, 1985. Book Condition: Fair. N/A. Former Library book. Shows definite wear, and perhaps considerable marking on inside. Bookseller Inventory # GRP64599941

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George H. Cassar

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Item Description: 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 154mm x 24mm x 226mm. Paperback. policies as Secretary for War. Without the advantage of birth or social connections, Horatio Herbert Kitchener rose rapidly in the Army, from obscure subaltern to the most acclaimed soldie.Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 363 pages. 0.617. Bookseller Inventory # 9781574887099

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George H. Cassar

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Item Description: Potomac Books Inc, United States, 2015. Hardback. Book Condition: New. 231 x 155 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. World War I has long captured the macabre imagination for the seemingly willful manner in which nations sent their young men to die in droves while fighting over essentially the same patch of land for four long years. The vision of those senseless deaths becomes even harsher and more depraved when we consider how many soldiers were killed by poison gas. In May 1915 the long and bloody Second Battle of Ypres gained notoriety for the participants use of poison gas, the first time the weapon had been used in battle. With both sides realizing the importance of victory in Ypres, moral considerations were set aside. Although other, more costly battles of World War I have often overshadowed the Second Battle of Ypres despite the unprecedented use of gas in the latter, that battle now receives an examination commensurate with its significance. In Trial by Gas, George H. Cassar focuses on the conflict s second half: the battles at Frenzenberg Ridge and Bellewaarde Ridge, both of which were fought primarily by British units, taking the reader inside the trenches and behind the desks of those making the decisions. Cassar s intimate account offers an accurate, clear, and complete chronicle of a battle with a remarkably enduring impact despite its indecisive outcome. Bookseller Inventory # AAJ9781612346908

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Item Description: Potomac Books Inc, United States, 2015. Hardback. Book Condition: New. 231 x 155 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. World War I has long captured the macabre imagination for the seemingly willful manner in which nations sent their young men to die in droves while fighting over essentially the same patch of land for four long years. The vision of those senseless deaths becomes even harsher and more depraved when we consider how many soldiers were killed by poison gas. In May 1915 the long and bloody Second Battle of Ypres gained notoriety for the participants use of poison gas, the first time the weapon had been used in battle. With both sides realizing the importance of victory in Ypres, moral considerations were set aside. Although other, more costly battles of World War I have often overshadowed the Second Battle of Ypres despite the unprecedented use of gas in the latter, that battle now receives an examination commensurate with its significance. In Trial by Gas, George H. Cassar focuses on the conflict s second half: the battles at Frenzenberg Ridge and Bellewaarde Ridge, both of which were fought primarily by British units, taking the reader inside the trenches and behind the desks of those making the decisions. Cassar s intimate account offers an accurate, clear, and complete chronicle of a battle with a remarkably enduring impact despite its indecisive outcome. Bookseller Inventory # AAJ9781612346908

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Item Description: Brassey's Inc., Washington, D.C., 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. xviii, 363pp; 10 maps, 17 b/w illustrations. Bookplate of a former owner on the half-title page, otherwise an excellent copy. Size: 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Book. Bookseller Inventory # 173445

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George H. Cassar

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