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Concise account of the Allied that brought Germany to defeat in World War I Gives an understanding of just ow much the Allies learned about 20th century warfare during 1914 1918 leading to tactical innovations that finally broke the stalemate on the Western Front Only drawback is a paucity of maps Did anyone really care whether Alsace Lorraine was French or German Using those words British Pustahan Tayo Mahal Kita history professor Nick Lloyd summed up German thoughts at the end of the Great War as the German government considered surrendering to the Allied forces in Fall 1918 inis new book Hundred DaysAugust 1914 young men from Britain to Austro Hungary marched gaily off to war They d be ome by Christmas these fearless young men told themselves and each other But as the years went by with battles gaining literally inches and men living and dying in ideous trenches in France and Belgium by summer of 1918 the war was finally creaking to an end The American entry into the war in 1917 on the Allied side wild card Der Traum der ewigen Jugend in Zeiten der Post Apokalypse had given the French British and Dominion troops an added boost to those armies whoad been fighting for three years often to a standoff with the Germans on the Western Front in a war of attritionNick LLoyd a senior lecturer of Defense Studies at Kings College London lost a great uncle at the French village of Gouzeaucourt just six weeks or so before the Armistice Lloyd Enqute sur la noblesse has written an amazingly readable book about those lastundred days of WW1 He looks at the war from British German French and American sides and examines both the military battles at the Front and the political battles behind the scenes He includes maps at the front of the book which detail the battles fought and military lines that Les Nombrils - Tome 5 - Un couple d'enfer (French Edition) had to be crossed by the advancing Allies and defended by the GermansOne of the most interesting parts of the book deals with the political situation in Germany as the war caused the collapse of the Kaiser s government Lloyd looks at the cries of betrayal by the CommunistsBolshevicsJewsDefeatists that lasted well into the 1920 s and 30 s Nick LLoydas done a wonderful job looking at a smallish slice of time in a much larger conflict Great book for WW1 Tuntematon Kimi Räikkönen history readers This is a well written and broadistory of the end of WWI on the Western Front What surprised me most in reading this book was the fact that after enormous battles like Verdun and the Somme and four years of what was at the time the bloodiest conflict in Handbook of Primary Care Procedures (Orthopaedic Surgery Essentials) humanistory the war did not end with some climactic battle a la Waterloo Instead the German Army was simply worn down by the starvation and disease inflicted by the blockade Bolshevik uprisings back DevOps with Kubernetes : Non-Programmer's Handbook home and mutiny within the ranks and the collapse of morale that came with the realization that Americaad entered the war fresh with a seemingly endless supply of men and materiel to draw from This lack of a marching through Berlin moment affected the post war German psyche and created the of a marching through Berlin moment affected the post war German psyche and created the for the rise of Hitler and the Second World War To a simple Corporal on the front lines in 1918 it looked like the same army that The Fiddler in the Subway had been fighting since 1914 occupying French territory and despite losses generally stillolding off every Allied attack Because the generals realized Germany was beaten but the populace did not narratives of a stab in the back by leaders intellectuals and Jews began to take Trumbull Park (Northeastern Library of Black Literature) hold It should be noted that in the Second World War the Allied Powers made sure the people of Germany were fully aware of whatad taken place The last one undred days until the armistice of WWI ave not received as much attention as other parts of the war This is largely because it was believed that Germany lost the war already with the failure of its offensive on the western front the previous spring and the fall of 1918 was merely an endgame It didn t get the attention it deserved by early writers because o Hundred Days The campaign that ended World War I by Nick Lloyd Basic Books 2014 Remarkable The Hundred Days from the middle of July 1918 through th. Nick Lloyd's 'Hundred Days The End of the Great War' explores the brutal Rve, cl de l'identit heroic and extraordinary final days of the First World War On the eleventhour of the eleventh day in November 1918 the guns of the Western Front fell silent The Armistice which brought the Great War to an end marked a seminal moment in modern European and World Exercices de style history Yet the story ofow the war ended remains little known In this compelling and ground breaking new study Nick Lloyd examines the last days of the war and asks the uestion How did it end Beginning at the eralded turning point on. .

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Hundred DaysMonthly Each German line was breached with enormous losses to both sides The Germans Were At Germans were at end of the line What is also fascinating is the discussion of the Imperial Elämän ja kuoleman kentältä – Sotarunoilija Aarni Suursalon vaikutelmia vapaussodasta high command and their lack of comprehension that theyad lost the war a fact that every infantryman knew Even interesting is the coverage of the Kaiser s last days in power The armistice reuired is abdication although the old emperor was in the clouds till the last believing e would remain in power For the allies the guns fell silent on armistice day For the Germans they Les Osismes Peuple de l'Occident Gaulois had to marchome to fight the anarchists and bolsheviks and their revolution In amongst those soldiers was a young corporal recovering from mustard gas who believed the German army was bertrayed His name was Adolf Hitler and with L'Europe et le mythe de l'Occident him went the seeds of WWII I always feel that WWI gets the shaft compared to WWII even though they are eually important for explaining the world in which we presently reside Even so after thoroughly exploring the main narratives in college I mostly focus on the forgotten fronts these days Italy vs Austria Hungary the Balkans the Middle East East Africa you name itBut one thing that always bothered me was that while the Western Front is covered to extremity particularly the very start of the war and the slaughterhouse battles of the Somme and Verdun a battlefield which Iave personally visited and is uite moving in its terrible and still scarred grandeur is Calvinists Incorporated Welsh Immigrants on Ohio's Industrial Frontier University of Chicago Geography Research Papers how the last and arguably most important stages of the war the combined Allied offensives after the failure of the German gamble in Spring of 1918 gets overlooked Even Keegan s comprehensive waristory blows through the 100 Days Offensive as if it was nothing but an epilogue and not the culmination of the war in europethe allies The Kitchen Linens Book Using Sharing and Cherishing the Fabrics of Our Daily Lives had perfected theard in EuropeThe Allies ad perfected the ard they Thank You God For Everything had learned after years of failure Much of the German command was delusional about the extent of the danger they were in andad to be convinced by a few kicks open of their defensive lines The last minute nature of the armistice led to confusion and deaths right up to and even past the time of the end of the war Foch Dirla tutta sul mercato globale. Idee per un'economia mondiale assennata handled threeumongous armies and their varying commanders with great skill in what the western front always needed a completely coordinated multi stage operationLack of understanding this period Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome: America's Legacy of Enduring Injury and Healing had great dangers too Many Germans invented a pernicious mythology that exonerated the collapse of the army with dire future implications Up to today Americanistorians often claim full credit for turning the tide while British ones pretend America Mordecai Cubitt Cooke Victorian Naturalist Mycologist Teacher and Eccentric had nothing to do with the end game Both are wrong as US troops were often though only initially woefully unprepared for the realities of combat in 1918 while also their numbers potential and eventual victories did indeed enable the 100 Days Offensive to go forward and win victory This was a book thatad to be written While there The Gold's Gym Training Encyclopedia have been a veritable flood of books published on the origins of the First World War and the initial battles in Flanders and the Marn I picked this up immediately after reading Nick Lloyd s excellent book on Passchendaele which I also recommend My knowledge of World War One mainly revolves around its causes a popular subject at O Level A Level and Degree when I was a lad and The Somme so a lot of thisistory was new to me The thing I like about Lloyd s books or the two I ve read so far is The Origin of Feces he tells the story not just from a British point of view Soere Redeeming the Republic Federalists Taxation and the Origins of the Constitution he is good onow the German Army fell apart under the constant pressure of Allied assaults and Guide to the Contemporary Harp how the myth of the stab in the back that Hitler was to feed on perhaps becausee felt it was true developed Lloyd s writing is sharp and straightforward His research impeccable and Plato and Parmenides: Parmenides' Way of Truth and Plato's Parmenides he tells the story with a real drive Highly recommendedStraightforward isn t a faint praise btw There are someistorians not often in military istory who seem to revel in writing that proves ow clever they are but ends up being nothing but that proves With Krishna's Eyes how clever they are but ends up being nothing but intellectual frippery. Allies' victories and the bitter reality of German defeat' Gary Sheffield Professor of War Studies 'Lloyd enters the upper tier of Great Waristorians with this admirable account of the war's final campaign' Publishers Weekly Nick Lloyd is Senior Lecturer in Defence Studies at King's College London based at the Joint Services Command Staff College in Shrivenham Oxfordshire He specialises in British military and imperial istory in the era of the Great War and is the author of two books Loos 1915 2006 and The Amritsar Massacre The Untold Story of One Fateful Day 201. E beginning of November are the days when the British French and eventually the Americans aving Yoga in the Workplace held off Ludendorff s final springuge peace the British French and eventually the Americans L'ORTHOGRAPHE FACILE - ORTHOGRAPHE D'USAGE, REGLES GRAMMATICALES, HOMONYMES, DICTIONNAIRE ORTHOGRAPHIQUE havingeld off Ludendorff s final spring Dictionnaire Le Robert de poche 2020 huge peace finally turned the tide began advancing and broke the German army Lloyd uses every resource archives letters diaries books official accounts etc to describeow the Entente finally named a single generalissimo to coordinate all the armies Foch who planned the series of attacks that one after the other destroyed the Germans ability to resist His account goes from the The Mark of Cain highest strategic councils to the utter brutality and sualor of the combat Iad no idea Les Chevaliers du Zodiaque : St Seiya, tome 27 how much gas they used the Germans than the Allies I will never think of the French as surrender monkeys they bore the absolute brunt of the fighting and the war was almost entirely on their territory Lloyd explains that the Allies finally learnedow to fight the Germans not with Found in Translation huge days long artillery bombardments that could be sheltered from and which told the Germans exactly where the attack would come but from secret carefullyidden buildups just behind the lines complete with deception and camouflage followed by sudden overwhelming terrible artillery bombardments that the troops finally knew Folktales from the Moose of Burkina Faso how to follow behind They used tanks to excellent effect they controlled the air The Germans resisted theigh command struggled and refused to acknowledge their losses and their deteriorating situation until the army itself began to crumble and rebel and desert and refuse to fight Lloyd says the reason the American divisions were so Jeou p'ou t'ouan ou la chair comme tapis de prire huge because they didn tave enough experience staff officers There was the culture clash the Brits were almost offended by the Americans informality and offhandedness It took a while for the Americans to learn ow to fight At first they tried the old fashioned ways that didn t work mass attacks across the front which were slaughtered But they learned fast did a magnificent job a St Mihiel Casualties on all sides were enormous some of the ighest of the war And there is no doubt that the Germans were beaten They ad run out of men out of food out of euipment The Allies were driving them Hitler was wrong The Germans lost The book as excellent maps and a good bunch of photos In the late summer of 1918 after four long years of senseless stagnant fighting the Western Front erupted The bitter four month struggle that ensued known as the Hundred Days Campaign saw some of the bloodiest and most ferocious combat of the Great War as the Allies grimly worked to break the stalemate in the west and end the conflict that Do No Harm had decimated Europe As with some of the books that Iave recently read about The Great War by the time we get to the final chapters and the last of the conflict we sometimes miss out on the details leading to Armistice Day As the opening uote projects with the US The Poseidon Adventure heavily involved fresh for action the last push was often brutalMr Lloydas done a very commendable job of concentrating on the movements of the belligerents involved With a writing style that keeps the reader engaged with the views of both the allied and axis on ow and why the victories and failures led to the end Of course I would recommend numerous other books to get an overall concept of the War before attacking this novel but keep this close as a side by side to learn the struggles of the platoons companies and brigades involved This was my FIRST BOOK BY THIS AUTHOR AND I WOULD NOT book by this author and I would not to recommend this volume to anyone and will be looking for other books The Hundred Days is an incredible account of the final throes of WWI Usually I find lots of books on Verdun the Somme Ypres and the initial Widerness campaigns but I ave neglected the end of the war I found this book an excellent detailed discussion of Le tour du monde en uatre vingts jours how the French British and US armies successfully broke the deadlock of trench warfare and restored the campaigns of maneuver The German Army could notold against the massed firepower thrown against their it or the addition of 100000 US soldiers. The Marne in July 1918 'Hundred Days' traces the epic story of the next four months which included some of the bloodiest battles of the war Using unpublished archive material from five countries this new account reveals ow the Allies British French American and Commonwealth managed to beat the German Army by now crippled by indiscipline and ravaged by influenza and force er leaders to seek peace 'This is a powerful and moving book by a rising military The Kindest Lie historian Lloyd's depiction of the great battles of July November provides compelling evidence of the scale of the.

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