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

Friday, January 2, 2015

The Great War's Losers

In OVER THE TOP, the subscription magazine for, we have tried to provide in-depth studies of the key personalities of the war. They say that history is written by the winners, which often means the losers are neglected. We have tried to correct that in our publications and I've decided to make this work available (for a modest fee of $4.50/issue) to the readers of Roads to the Great War. (Be sure to mention you saw this on Roads and send your email address with the order.)

Here are four full issues we have produced with the help of various noted scholars on the Losers of the Great War

  1. Kaiser Wilhelm II by Annika Mombauer, The Open University
  2. Franz Graf Conrad von Hötzendorf by Lawrence Sondhaus, University of Indianapolis 
  3. Alexander Kerensky by Xiuyuan Li, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  4. Erich Ludendorff by Jay Lockenour, Temple University

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