Now all roads lead to France and heavy is the treadOf the living; but the dead returning lightly dance.
I hate to bug you, but I don't see anything in this post after "Here are our 1915–2015 suggestions:"When I reload the page, two broken image icons briefly flash in that space, then disappear.
Sorry about the problem Bryan, but your's is the only such report we have received.Here are the titles we are recommending:Defeat at GallipoliNigel Steel The German High Command at WarRobert AspreyThe Last Voyage of the LusitaniaA. A. HoehlingThe French Army and the First World WarElizabeth Greenhalgh
Weird. It must be my copy of Chrome. The post showed up just fine on another browser (Opera).Thank you for sharing the titles in your comment.PS: speaking of 1915, I'm very much looking forward to Pritt Buttar's next book on the eastern front.
For WW I, I reommend Robert Doughty's Pyrrhic Victory. It is the best of the US versions of WW I and does not lambast the French so much as the British.T. Morgan
If you have not read The Great War Dawning – about the German side you are really missing out. Check the website for Verlag-Militaria.