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The 18th Division in the Great War



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The 18th Division In The Great War

Pub Date : 2012-01-18 | Author : Captain G. H. F. Nichols | Publisher : Andrews UK Limited

ISBN 10 : 9781781515150
ISBN 13 : 1781515158

The 18th (Eastern) Division was formed in mid-September 1914, part of Kitchener’s Second New Army. It was lucky in its first GOC, Ivor Maxse, who had been brought home from comma..


British Fighting Methods In The Great War

Pub Date : 2013-07-23 | Author : Paddy Griffith | Publisher : Routledge

ISBN 10 : 9781135196776
ISBN 13 : 113519677X

This collection points out the very real and substantial evolution of tactics that went on in response to new warfare and how this had a real effect on the positive performance of ..


Neither Unionist Nor Nationalist

Pub Date : 2014-08-31 | Author : Stephen Sandford | Publisher :

ISBN 10 : 0716532611
ISBN 13 : 9780716532613

This book is a major history account of the 10th (Irish) Division during World War I. Unlike the 36th (Ulster) and the 16th (Irish) Divisions, which have been well served by histor..


History Of The 35th Division In The Great War

Pub Date : 2006-06-01 | Author : H. M. Davson | Publisher :

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ISBN 13 : 9781847343048

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Holyoke In The Great War

Pub Date : 1919 | Author : Charles Sumner Zack | Publisher :

ISBN 10 : NYPL:33433081573135
ISBN 13 :

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Morland Great War Corps Commander

Pub Date : 2015-06-28 | Author : Bill Thompson | Publisher : Troubador Publishing Ltd

ISBN 10 : 9781784622787
ISBN 13 : 1784622788

The British officer class in 1914 benefited from the discipline instilled by public schools. Thomas Morland was one such officer. Born in Canada, he was orphaned at the age of five..


Pioneer Battalions In The Great War

Pub Date : 2014-02-10 | Author : K.W. Mitchinson | Publisher : Pen and Sword

ISBN 10 : 9781783461790
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Pioneer battalions, created as an expedient in 1914, were a new concept in the British Army. Intended to provide the Royal Engineers, with skilled labour and to relieve the infantr..


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