Now all roads lead to France and heavy is the tread
Of the living; but the dead returning lightly dance.
Edward Thomas, Roads

Monday, January 1, 2018

What to Expect from Worldwar1.com in 2018


Happy 2018!




Here's some what you can look for in the coming year from all our publications at Worldwar1.com, including Roads to the Great War, the St. Mihiel Trip-Wire, Over the Top magazine, and our constellation of educational websites.

The Big Stories of 1918

The Yanks to the Front


The Zeebrugge Raid


Which Was the Right General for 1918?


The Spanish Influenza Pandemic


Germany Rolls the Dice


The British Army's Finest Moment


     
Armistice Day: Paris, 11 November 1918

Reviews and Recommendations for Your WWI Bookshelf

Try These On the War in 1918: 

Germany's Last Gamble: The Five Ludendorff Offensives


The German Offensives of 1918:
The Last Desperate Gamble

 by Ian Passingham

American Expeditionary 
Force's Battles in WWI


American Armies & Battlefields in Europe
from the ABMC

Turmoil in Russia: 
Revolution, Civil War, Intervention


Russia in Flames, War, Revolution: Civil War 1914–1921
by Laura Engelstein

The British Army's Final 
100-Day Campaign


Hundred Days: The Campaign That Ended World War I
by Nick Lloyd

3 comments:

  1. Might I suggest "some" coverage of the other allied armies:
    following figures given for june-july 1918
    http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k6 ... 4.image.r=

    2,744,962 French (including 9714 Poles and Russians) in both fronts in France and Italy
    1,968,000 Italians mainly in Italy of course but the 2nd Army Corps in France
    1,849,505 British and Commonwealth
    . 854,896 United States
    . 167,232 Belgians
    . . 56,104 Portuguese
    The French center did a lot to stop the German "dice roll" and allow the British army's "finest moment".

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    1. Yes, indeed. That would be most helpful.

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