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 6, 2023

Forgotten Generals— A Roads Collection

From the Editor:  This is a representative listing, not inclusive of all the articles we have published on this topic in Roads to the Great War.  MH


Serbia's Greatest General: Živojin Mišić

Was General Pershing the Only Capable General of the AEF? (No)

Franchet d'Espèrey: Hero of the Marne and Victor of the Balkans (France)

General Horace Smith-Dorrien (UK)

Cadorna's Strategic Vision (Italy)

Prelude to Revolution: The Russian Army and the Tsar

General Friedrich von Bernhardi (Germany)

Major General William S. Graves and the American Expeditionary Force in Siberia

Russian Commander Nikolai Yudenich Planning an Operation

Russia's Nikolai Yudenich

Stallupönen: First Battle on the Eastern Front (Hermann von François, Germany)

New Zealand's Forgotten Warrior: Andrew Hamilton Russell

Boris Shaposhnikov (Russian and Red Army)

General Peter Hains  (US)

Lt. General Gérard Mathieu Leman (Belgium)

Jan Smuts and His Staff in Africa, 1916


General Jan Smuts and His First World War in Africa, 1914–1917

Maxime Weygand: A Biography of the French General in Two World Wars

General Fox Conner: Pershing's Chief of Operations and Eisenhower's Mentor


A Reminder: To search our archives for other articles on this topic, or to explore other World War One interests of yours, take advantage of the site search engine at the top left corner of every page on Roads to the Great War.

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