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Four of the most important World War I commanders-in-chief helped determine its outcome--and, by extension, the course of the 20th century. Here are the stories of Colonel-General von Molke, who attempted to defeat France in a mere 6 weeks; Admiral Sir John Jellicoe, who struggled unsuccessfully to crush the German High Sea Fleet; General Pétain, whose inaction led the French troops to mutiny; and General Ludendorff, who mounted a titanic German offensive...that failed.
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Correlli Barnett is a distinguished military historian and the author of several non-fiction titles. In 1970 he won the Royal Society of Literature Award for Britain and her Army. He has been historical consultant to three BBC Television series, including The Great War (1964) which he part wrote. In 1980 he was appointed the first Defence Lecturer in the University of Cambridge.
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Book Description Cassell, 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0304352837
Book Description Cassell, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0304352837
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