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    read & download The War to End All Wars Russell Freedman Ý 9 characters [The War to End All Wars download] Ebook By Russell Freedman – PDF, eBook & Kindle free Non fiction is not my thing so it felt like too many facts listed off one after another It was somewhat interesting and focused mainly on the battle field I would rate it a 25 It was a good Non fiction account but not necessarily one of the highlights of my reading experience

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    [The War to End All Wars download] Ebook By Russell Freedman – PDF, eBook & Kindle free Well written account of WW1 which being only 162 pages covers most of the major events with none of the minutia Gives a clear account of the com

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Well written account of WW1 which being only 162 pages covers most of the major events with none of the minutia Gives a clear account of pages covers most of the major events with none of the minutia Gives a clear account of complicated events eading up to the start of the war and the fizzled out armistice which was so poorly done it Damia's Children: Rowan 3 (The Tower Hive Sequence) by Anne McCaffrey (1994-02-03) led to WW2 None of the horror is diminished by the book s brevity withosses of Breaking The Curse (Sexy Reversed Fairy Tales life of100000 to 150000 troops in each battle bandied aboutike a shopping A Banquet of Consequences (Inspector Lynley, list A wonderful starter for anyone above 15 yo wanting to know something about the War to end All Wars Easy reading witharge clear print ots of photos and blank spaces to ponder the true shock of spaces to ponder the true shock of you ve just read Another amazing book by Freedman He has a talent for pulling together a complicated and multi faceted story into a readable form The photos and the uotes from soldiers and officers are well chosen to enhance the narrative and help us understand a bit better the particular horrors of this war How amazing was the confidence of the countries at the start of the war that it would be over in a few short months and how depleted each of those countries felt in so many ways at the end This was the perfect book to serve as an overview of all aspects of World War I Although the instantaneous basis of World War I was the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand the heir to the Austrian throne the authentic causes of the war ay much deeper The chief causes accountable for the outbreak of the war were miscellaneous The system of secret alliances which developed after the Franco Prussian War of 1870 was the greatest cause of the First World War On the eve of war Europe was divided into the armed camps Triple Alliance and Triple Entente The former consisted of Germany Austria Hungary Turkey and Italy and the ater was composed of England France Russia and Japan The first step towards the formation of the Triple Alliance was taken when Germany entered into an alliance with Austria Hungary In 1882 even Italy joined this alliance and it came to be known as the Triple Alliance The beginning of the Triple Entente was made in 1894 when France concluded an Alliance with Russia With the dawn of the present century England who was following a policy of splendid isolation also started ooking for alliesShe entered into a treaty with Japan in 1902 and in 1904 with France Entente Cordiale When into a treaty with Japan in 1902 and in 1904 with France Entente Cordiale When concluded a treaty with Russia in 1907 The Triple Entente came into existence Thus on the eve of war the whole of Europe was divided into two camps bound by various secret alliances These secret alliances naturally gave rise to suspicionThe system of secret alliances made it inevitable that if war did come it would involve all the Great Powers of Europe The members of each group felt bound to support each other in order to strengthen the solidarity of the groupWritten by Russell Freedman this book principally shows that World War I was the first world conflict in which potent modern weapons including machine guns poison gas flamethrowers tanks and airplanes were used With the extent of its carnage it was called The War to End All Wars because it was thought that mankind would never again subject the world to such spiteful and overwhelming weapons of mass destructionGermany s desire to build a world empire also added to the Nonfiction master Russell Freedman illuminates for young readers the complex and rarely discussed subject of World War I The tangled relationships and alliances of many nations the introduction of modern weaponry and top evel military. ,

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Orld unrest As Shattered Spear (The Lost Stars, long as Bismarck was at the helm of affairs Germany was on the whole a satiated power and was interested in maintaining the status uo based upon her supremacy in Europe After Bismarck s fall in 1890 Germany s ambitions began to soar high and she set her ambition at world dominance This sentiment is evident from the following statement of Treitschke the eminent historian of Germany Just as the greatness of Germany is to be found in the governance of j Germany by Prussia so the greatness and good of the world is to be found in the predominance of all German culture of the German mind in a world of the German character The French felt that the German industrial prosperity was mainly due to these areas It is felt in certain uarters that if Germany had not interfered in Morocco the Frenchmen might have found some compensation for theoss of Alsace Lorraine and forgotten their revenge against Germany But the German interference in the affairs of Morocco further added to the bitterness between the two countriesFrom the 1914 assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand to the punitive 1918 Treaty of Versailles Russell Freedman S Russell Freedman s essay and The Homing lucid well researched text masterfully tell the story of this complex war suggesting how it sowed the seeds of future conflictA gripping read Non fiction is not my thing so it feltike too many facts The Women of Easter listed off one after another It was somewhat interesting and focused mainly on the battle field I would rate it a 25 It was a good Non fiction account but not necessarily one of the highlights of my reading experience This book is about world war 1 or the Great War The great war started 1914 and ended 1918 and over 20 millionives were ost The book explains many of the tragic things that happens during the first world war as well as shows SOME INSIGHT FROM PEOPLE FIGHTING WITHIN THE WAR THERE insight from people fighting within the war There also many stories from people that were at places ike germany The story starts in Sarajevo Bosnia where Archduke Franz was assassinated on June 28 1914 This set Austria Hungary in a outrage from Russia to Germany to the USA They also talk a The Power of One lot about Different weapons as well as vehicles One of the main points they focus on is the Axis and The Allies and how the war focused on the different countries fighting and bombing as well as attacking certain areas So overall the book is a really good book that explains the horrors and drama of the first world war I alsoike how it goes into great in depth detail on many of the things going on not just saying that oh this guy was shot in the head One of the other things is that even though there is a The Wolf Gift (The Wolf Gift Chronicles, lot of detail there were a few things that they could have explained which made meook some things up It is really good to read a book that explains history while doing it somewhat sarcastically as well as focussing mainly on things not really well known about The Great War Fantastic introduction to the Great War Lots of uotes from actual soldiers and a good solid overview of the main events World War I attracts war buffs of middle school and high school age Its combination of anachronism horses and swords and modernity tanks and chemicals is fascinating Its scale truly global nine million combatants dead is astounding It began with Decisions that resulted in thousands upon thousands of casualties all contributed to the great war which people hoped and believed would be the only conflict of its kind In this clear and authoritative account the Newbery Medal winnin. ,
The War to End All WarsConundrum the obscure heir to the shabby remnants of the Holy Roman Empire murdered by a teenage member of an obscure Serbian terrorist cell and ended the Holy Roman Empire murdered by a teenage member of an obscure Serbian terrorist cell and ended a remapped and unsettled world destined for an even arger conflictYoung researchers can uickly The Thing About December locate a plethora of information trench warfare mustard gas the Red Baron on the internet And unfortunately this reflects the way many of these students are taught history a mishmash of sources personalities and events unconnected by viewpoint or narrativeWith The War to End All Wars Russell Freedman has given such young and older historians an inspiring and involving palliative It s the place to start a study of this massive and gruesome stuggle As he has done in his many other fabulous books Freedman weaves text pictures maps uotes from soldiers of all ranks and stations into a cogent and clear story thateaves the reader fully informed and well satisfied And that s in 162 pages of good sized print with ots of white space It s a marvelous and indispensable work for fifth graders up Highly recommended Not much here that I didn t already know and he doesn t really get into the whys but a really good overview of the major battles My first reaction was that this was very young and then I realized it was SUPPOSED to be and just enjoyed it I enjoyed the details he provided pictures the small stories of hope in the trenches carrier pigeons airplanes designed in a few weeks the idea that the US needed a year to get enough troops to send I also appreciated that he ended with the beginning of WWII that he discussed the end of WWI as the 20 year armistice that it was I was wounded in the battle and taken to a casualty clearing station I was beside a fellow who had got his arms bandaged up I d simply got my right arm bandaged He was trying to ight his pipe but couldn t get on very well so I offered to fill and t light it for him But when I dit it I suddenly realized he had nowhere to put it as he d had his ower jaw blown away So I smoked the pipe and he smelt the tobacco that was all the poor chap could have Trooper Walter Becklade 5th Calvary BrigadeThere were many excerpts ike this from the book that raised the hair on my skin out of horror sadness amazement all alike I am not finding the words I wish to convey how thankful I am to not ive in a world as it was during the First convey how thankful I am to not ive in a world as it was during the First War Many of the personal accounts of young soldiers my own age were included in this book and in their journals write the very same thing I am ooking back through history and seeing that to fight a war is hell on Earth My great grandfather James Archie Layton was an American soldier that fought in WWI I have a framed picture of him in uniform and I often ook at it and wonder who he was and what he stood for When I visited Verdun I wondered if he d been even within a hundred miles of where I was standing whether or not he d uestioned the Now Is the Hour likelihood of outlasting the war if he even had a thought as to his future children grandchildren and so on If anything this book made me take a step back and recognize the sacrifices made by those not asucky as my great grandfather to ive through it The world changed tremendously in that four year period How will it have changed four years from now. G author shows the ways in which the seeds of a second world war were sown in the first Numerous archival photographs give the often disturbing subject matter a moving visual counterpart Includes source notes a bibliography and an inde. ,