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The Story of the Great War by  Roland G. Usher




The Battle of Jutland
The Battle of the Tanks
Belleau Wood
A Bird's-Eye View of the War
Breaking the Hindenberg Line
The Campaign of 1915
The Campaign of 1916
The Campaign of 1917
The Campaign on Paris
The Capture of St. Mihiel
The Causes of the Russian Military Collapse
The Causes of the War
The Character of Modern Warfare
Chronological Tables
Fighting the Submarine
The Final Problem
The First American Offensive—Cantigny
Frightfulness: the Lusitania
From the Marne to Antwerp
The German Offensive of 1918
The German Plans for the Campaign of 1918
The German Preparations for War
How the Germans Fought the Blockade
How the Germans Made War
Italian Fighting in the Alps
The Lesson of Prussian History
Life in the Trenches
The Machinery of an Army
Messines Ridge
The Outbreak
The Personalities of the War
The Russian Revolution
Sea-Power and the Blockade
The Strategy of Foch
Three American Exploits
The War in the Air
Who Won the War
Why Italy Entered the War
Why the British Empire Entered the War
Why the United States Entered the War
Why the War Began in 1914
With Allenby in Palestine
With Hindenburg in Poland
Zeebrugge and Ostend

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