The First World War, 1914-1918; personal experiences of Lieut.-Col. C. à Court Repington ...


Boston, New York, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1920.

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Subjects Repington, Charles à Court, 1858-
World War, 1914-1918 -- Personal narratives, British.
Description 2 v. 23 cm.
Notes Printed in Great Britain.
Summary Based on the detailed diaries of a British officer primarily involved with logistics and personnel, often struggling against bureaucracy.
Contents Vol. 1: Our military understanding with France, 1906-14 -- The first year, August 1914-September 1915 -- The outlook, autumn 1915 -- Salonika and the Dardanelles -- The outlook for 1916 -- Equality of Allied and German strengths -- A visit to the French front, March and April 1916 -- Recruiting and submarine troubles -- A tour in Italy, June 1916 -- The Somme battle, July 1916 -- Mr. Lloyd George as War Secretary -- Rumania takes the field, August 1916 -- France, Salonika, and man-power, autumn 1916 -- Mr. Lloyd George and the military Moloch -- Mr. Lloyd George Prime Minister, December 1916 -- The question of Japanese co-operation, January 1917 -- Mr. Lloyd George and man-power, 1917 -- Mr. Lloyd George reviews the situation, March 1917 -- Opening if the 1917 campaign in France -- Arras and Champagne, April 1917 -- The American programme -- Mesopotamia and Egypt, 1917. Vol. 2: The Grand Fleet, August 1917 -- The Harwich naval forces, September 1917 -- Events and opinions -- The front in France, October 1917 -- War by committee -- First mutterings of a storm -- The army starved for men, January 1918 -- The war council of February 1918 -- The Morning Post prosecution -- The German offensive of March 1918 -- Zeebrugge and Ostend, April 1918 -- The German offensive continues, May and June 1918 -- The defeat of the Germans, July 1918 -- The British and French fronts, August and September 1918 -- The St. Mihiel operation, September 1918 -- Italy and the Vatican, autumn 1918 -- The final operations and the Armistice, October and November 1918 -- The peace conference, 1919.
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