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Popular memory may be shaped by poetry, but it is in prose that some of the most compelling and innovative literary work about the First World War is to be found
Ferdinand Foch's thinking on trench warfare adapted as the war wore on, making an influential if under-researched contribution to tactical and operational doctrine
A counterfactual account of what Britain's leaders could have done prior to the Great War to prepare the country more effectively for fighting a European land war
Some commentators were questioning the effectiveness of the new Territorial Force before the outbreak of war.
A German appraisal of the Naval Race indicates that it may well have been fuelled by British over reaction and miscalculation.
In the shadow of the Great War, General Sir Edmund Barrow questioned the validity of Norman Angell’s theory that projections of military power had become futile.