Book review: The First World War Remembered

The First World War Remembered looks over the key events and battles of World War I, starting with the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and concluding with the aftermath and the impact it had on the world post-conflict. Key battles and campaigns are looked at, along with other aspects of the war such as the Home Front. With the whole conflict being looked at, it is very much a whistlestop tour, but there is plenty of information contained within each section; there are also sideboxes profiling key men involved. An excellent overview of the war and one I would strongly recommend.

Rating (out of 5): *****

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