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Attack on the Somme (ePub)

WWI Somme 1916

By Martin Pegler
Imprint: Pen & Sword Military
Series: Campaign Chronicles
File Size: 9.6 MB (.epub)
ISBN: 9781781597095
eBook Released: 1st August 2007

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The Battle of the Somme is fixed in the country's collective memory as a disaster - probably the most bloody episode in the catalogue of futile offensives launched by the British on the Western Front. Over five months of desperate fighting in 1916 the British wrestled with the Germans for control of a narrow strip of innocuous French countryside. When the fighting petered out the British had barely pushed back the Germans from their original positions for a combined casualty figure of over a million men. But after 80 years this notorious episode in western military history deserves to be reassessed. Previously unpublished eyewitness accounts are used to give a fascinating first-hand view of the immediate experience of the fighting. As Martin Pegler shows, a revision in our assessment of the Somme, in particular of the tactics and the weaponry employed by the combatants, is overdue, and he challenges the traditional assumptions about the course of the battle and its future impact on the development of warfare.

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About Martin Pegler

This is a ground-breaking multi-author work which includes contributions from the following best-selling sniper authors:
Charles Henderson, Mark Spicer, Martin Pegle, Charles Strasser, Tom McKenney, Adrian Gilbert, Leroy Thompson, Harold Robbins and Roger Moorhhouse on Simo Haya.

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