Edited by Francis J. Reynolds, Allen L. Churchill and Francis Trevelyan Miller, The Story of the Great War is the complete historical record of the events of World War I.
First published from 1916-1920, during and immediately following the war, this compelling account offers firsthand reports, correspondence and narrative on the entire conflict.
Illustrated with drawings, maps, and photographs, this remarkable series brings you more than 5,000 pages in 16 handsome volumes, including:
• Numerous photographic plates in each volume of the people, places and events
• Foldout, full color maps of the theaters of operation
• Detailed drawings and maps of engagement
• In-depth descriptions analysis of the War’s campaigns
• Commentary by the political and military leaders of the day
…. And much more
Collector quality books … Bound in a 6” x 9” format and printed on acid-free paper, each volume in this handsome edition from The National Historical Society, a division of Weider History Group, is produced with fine bookmaking techniques such as:
• Gold foil stamping on spine – true to the original
• Gold foil stamp and blind embossing on each front cover
• Smyth-sewn pages for greater durability
• Printed endpapers - true to the original
• Head and foot bands
• Linen covers
• High quality book paper
All volumes are 100% manufactured in the USA.
TRY VOLUME I – Prefaced by “What the War Means to America” by Major General Leonard Wood, U.S.A. and “Naval Lessons of the War” by Rear Admiral Austin M. Knight, U.S.N., Volume I also contains in-depth articles on why it was the “World’s War,” the political and economic causes of the War, and the development of national unity and military power in modern Europe.
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