August 1934

High Command in the World War

Volume 19, Issue 2

HIGH COMMAND IN THE WORLD WAR is a critical study of the leadership and grand strategy of the land and sea forces engaged, considered in relation to the several national purposes which obtained through that elaborate conflict. As such, the book fills a gap in the ever-increasing literature on the subject.

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