World’s War Events (Vol. 1-3): The History of WW1

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This book features a collection of articles and official accounts and records on events of the First World War (1914-1918), contemporaneously known as the Great War or “the war to end all wars”, which was one of the deadliest conflicts in history, with an estimated nine million combatant deaths and 13 million civilian deaths as a direct result of the war, while resulting genocides and the related 1918 Spanish flu pandemic caused another 17-100 million deaths worldwide.


What Caused the War

The Defense of Liège

The Great Retreat

The Battle of the Marne

How the French Fought

The Race for the Channel

The Last Ditch in Belgium

Why Turkey Entered the War

The Falkland Sea Fight

Cruise of the Emden

Capture of Tsing-Tao


Gas: Second Battle of Ypres

The Canadians at Ypres

Sinking of the Lusitania

Mountain Warfare

The Great Champagne Offensive of 1915

The Tragedy of Edith Cavell

Gallipoli Abandoned

The Death-Ship in the Sky

The Battle of Verdun

The Battle of Jutland Bank

Taking the Col di Lana

The Battle of the Somme

Russia’s Refugees

The Tragedy of Rumania

Sixteen Months a War Prisoner

Under German Rule in France and Belgium

The Anglo-Russian Campaign in Turkey


Why America Broke with Germany

How the War Came to America

The War Message

British Operations at Saloniki

In Petrograd During the Seven Days

America’s First Shot

German Activities in the United States

Preparing for War

The Capture of Jerusalem

American Ships and German Submarines

A Destroyer in Active Service

East Africa

Greece’s Atonement

The Italians at Bay

Bottling up Zeebrugge and Ostend

With the American Submarines

Wounded Heroes of France

The Battle of Picardy

Bulgaria Quits

The Fighting Czecho-Slovaks

Six Days on the American Firing Line

An American Battlefield

Night Raids from the Air

The American Army in Europe

The American Navy In Europe

Armistice Terms Signed by Germany

Covenant of the League of Nations

Treaty of Peace with Germany

Treaty of Peace with Austria


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