The Retreat from Mons 1914 : South (Paperback)
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The Retreat from Mons 1914: South is the second volume in Pen & Sword's Battle Lines series to cover the opening campaign of the Great War. It is the essential companion for every visitor who is keen to retrace the path taken by the British Expeditionary Force immediately after the outbreak of the conflict – all the important battle sites of the second stage of the retreat are featured here.
Expert guides Jon Cooksey and Jerry Murland take visitors over a series of routes that can be walked, biked or driven, explaining the fighting that occurred at each place in vivid detail. They describe what happened, where it happened and why and who was involved, and point out the sights that remain for the visitor to see.
Their highly illustrated guidebook is essential reading for visitors who wish to enhance their understanding of the fast-moving campaign that preceded the war in the trenches. It gives a fascinating insight into the experience of the troops, the terrain over which they fought and the character of the fighting itself.
I enjoyed using this guide, it has just enough of everything to make it both easy to use and informative. The stand notes are well balanced and the maps are simple and easy to read.International Guild of Battlefield Guides
Overall this guide is more than adequate for its target audience - the general battlefield tourist OR the experienced Battlefield Guide who will augment the contents with additional research. A useful addition to the library.
This useful pocket-guide in the Battle Line series fills a gap for those looking to follow the opening campaign of the First World War and in the expert if 'virtual' hands of accomplished tour guides Cooksey and Murland.Britain at War
A useful and accurate publication, as well as being an interesting read.